Have you been following Brodie of Enchanted Berkeley? She’s been posting images of her pandemic house remodel and it’s so good. She took a beautiful, but dated, house and transformed it. The result is a home layered with fresh white walls, marble counters, zellige tiles, rustic white oak, and enough original details to maintain the original character. Take a look at today’s dreamy Transformation Tuesday.
White oak has a beautiful color that lends itself to the natural, unstained wood look that is trending. Paired here with stone floors, zelige Morocaan tile, and crisp white walls, it creates a sophisticated look that still feels rustic.
The home features layers of neutral textiles. When keeping your decor confined to woods and natural colored linen, a vintage Turkish rug full of rich pattern adds tons of texture and keeps the look from feeling flat.
Look at these windows! Curved lines and rounded doorways create character and consistency throughout the design. The original spiral staircase is a showstopper and for sure creates an enchanted vibe.
The bathrooms use one of our favorite trends this year, a mix of warm wood and cool gray. It’s a pairing that creates contrast and highlights the rich organic beauty of a space. We wrote about the trend here and used this bathroom as an example.
A big thanks to @enchantedberkeley for sharing her work with us on Instagram! To see more, browse the feed.
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