Tallahassee's annual Parade of Homes starts this weekend and it is a great time to get out and see what's new in construction. I was given the opportunity to work on one of the homes featured in the parade and I'm excited for everyone to come out and see it.
My client called me in a panic about two months ago. The house was almost finished, but there were so many things not coming together for her. Paint colors, counters, kitchen back splash, cabinet hardware, window treatments, etc. When I arrived that first day, the house looked like this...
As you can see, a lot had already been done, but my client was having a hard time pulling it all together and she HATED the counter tops she selected for the master bathroom....
So, we first tackled the paint colors (did you notice how many swatches she had painted everywhere?) and got those all worked out. Then, little by little, the house came together. We ended up changing out the master bath counters to something more neutral and less busy. A very costly mistake that would have been avoided had she brought me into the project earlier. Here are a few photos of the finished products that I helped with...
|Kitchen Tile Splash|
|New Counters in Master Bath|
|A brand new farm house!|
There are 22 homes featured in the Parade and I encourage everyone to come out and see a few, especially if you are in the market to build or remodel. The dates are May 12-13 & 19-20. You can click here to get more information or stop by your local Publix and pick up a detailed guide.
The home featured above is #17 on the parade. It was built by White Oak Construction and is located in Centerville Conservation Community. It's a gorgeous neighborhood and worth the drive to see the three parade homes located there.