Ladysmith Renovation

Ladysmith Renovation was a large oceanfront home built in the late 1980s and still retained much of its original d├ęcor. This included dark blue carpets, dim lighting, yellowish stained wood trim and gold-coloured light fixtures and door hardware. In order to bring light into this space, and reflect the coastal surroundings, a colour palette of white, blue and white-washed wood was chosen.

Updating the dark floor to ceiling brick fireplaces in this home had one of the most dramatic influences on the space. The natural brick colour left this home feeling dark and gloomy. Painting the brick white was a bold choice that completely transformed this space to the light, airy oceanfront home it is now. Combined with new flooring, white walls and new light fixtures, the home owner of Ladysmith Renovation was handed a home that felt brand new!

“We are very happy with the work they do! They are very responsive to questions, upfront with all the billing and pricing. We had no concerns about what we were paying for and the staff was very respectful. They are a great team and they have provided us with a beautiful end product.”

Made to Last installed new hardwood throughout the home, new carpet in the bedrooms and wainscoting in all the main living areas. We updated the lighting and installed new baseboard and trim, then painted all the walls and trim and whitewashed the ceiling boards. We also took out all the kitchen cabinets, stripping them down and lacquering them white, then re-installed them along with a new backsplash, countertops and hardware to give the kitchen a completely new look and feel.

By the end of the Ladysmith Renovation, the house had undergone a complete transformation, from a dark outdated space into a bright and beautiful home.

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