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Amazing Transformation! Its Like A New Home!

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Here's how the kitchen looked before...

and here's after!

In one of our earlier projects, we used every inch of this well loved and well used family house to full advantage by adding lots of built-ins and storage in every corner. We opened up the doorway between the kitchen and dining room to add to the sense of family gathering. We added a large island and full length of built ins for storage to the dining room to use as a buffet. On the main floor, we created a space for a full office with built in desk and shelving and in the hallway upstairs created two study areas with built in desks and shelving. This was a critical feature as some of the children were home schooled so an inviting, separate space for learning was very important. In the master bedroom, we created his and her closets with a well appointed ensuite. To ensure there was a flow to the home, we used the same tones of smoky blues and taupes throughout with punches of red for fun. All in all, this turned out to be a truly lovely and functional family home.

Before

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After

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Photo courtesy of
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Melanie Samuels and Monica Milne

Samuels & Milne Fresh Interiors
samuels&milne@telus.net
604.812.9191

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Here's some of the fabulous groups we work with:

Dunbar Little League

 

Vancouver United Soccer

 

Thunderbirds hockey

 

Hawks Field hockey

 

Pacific Autism Family Network Golf Tournament Sponsor

 

Ride to Conquer Cancer

 

Avalon Recovery Society

 

St. James Music Academy

 

Jewish Federation

 

WISH Drop-In Centre Society

 

Local dance, theatre, and ski clubs

Our current passion projects

They’re fun, and you’re all invited!

 

Pillow Talk – this event gathers women and leaders in the community for a salon-style information sharing from experts in our community.

 

Swaps – Invented by Ruthie in 2008, this bi-annual event draws over a hundred women to “swap” their gently used clothes. Attendees get a refresh of their wardrobe with fantastic finds without spending money, with remaining clothing donated to women’s charities.