1970’s Luxury Townhouse Remodeled Living Room
Before: The original townhouse featured earth tones everywhere. The fireplace didn’t work well, and new homeowners wanted a major change to blend with their European furniture.
1970s luxury townhouse remodeled living room was updated to fit the homeowners’ European contemporary lifestyle. New fireplace with custom surround and mantel, limestone floors. All wood was stained light gray.
1970s luxury townhouse remodeled living room – Detail: New fireplace and custom yellow and gray marble surround and mantel.
When the townhouse was designed and built in the mid-1970s, it won awards and got a lot of media attention for being state-of-the-art for materials and technology. But new owners wanted to update it to fit their needs for a European contemporary environment. Limestone floor tiles replaced the original porcelain tiles, and the color scheme was changed from earth tones to soft grays with bright accents. The original fireplace didn’t function well. It was replaced with a new unit, and a custom gray and yellow marble surround was fabricated and installed. The beams and rough cedar ceiling were sanded and stained a soft gray, and new dimmable lighting was installed to enhance the remodeled living room.
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