A Look Inside the New American Homes
The New American Home Remodel 2018 took a historic, downtown Orlando home and transformed it into a transitional space that honors its past.
According to one of the designers on the project, Julie Collier of Lake Mary Blvd.–based Signature Kitchens, the kitchen features subtle but charming details like the use of both beaded and inset cabinetry.
An abundance of storage solutions, which include drawers for accommodating cookware and flatware, a base pantry pullout for spices and full-access corner cabinets, cater to today’s home chef.
In the master bath, gray undertones were used along with an antique mirror, which takes the design in a more transitional direction.
The utility room has been designed to function not only has a space to do laundry but also as a secondary storage area, a pet center and a place for the homeowner to tend to the garden.
While designed as an open space, the home has a clearly designated prep and dining area and nearby living area.
The home has an overall gray and beige palette with touches of dark brown and white integrated throughout.
In the master bath, the neutral colors continue with gray cabinetry, walls and flooring, with a touch of contrast in the black sink.