You can't image the horror when we were informed that the most effective form of marketing these days is now... VIDEO. It's tough to know what is worth exploring and what might be a little over our heads, but we decided to give it a try.
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We sincerely love this process. Good days, slow days, loud days, and dusty days - we're happy to report that we're all still friends and the house is coming along swimmingly!
In our experience, every renovation project seems to have one particular inspirational element, or jumping off point. And then everything else rather seamlessly falls into place. What do you do when that element is the metal stair rail? Usually it's the flooring/ paint combo, or various trim details or a pair of navy chairs - all of which this place now has, they just came second.
The Mariners Cove project means a lot to all of us at Seagrass. We've all lived in it, it's seen the good the bad and the ugly and the before pictures will knock your socks off. The "befores" are usually the funnest part, so have at it...
The Spanish tile was the first to go, followed by the kitchen, the carpet, the bathrooms and almost all the
Like a lot of people we're sure, the idea of renovating a house while you live in it sounds like an absolute blast! It will be an adventure, the mess will seem charming and the beautiful finished product you have in your head will arrive in no time flat.
This story is being told by three people living this dream. (Some days considered a nightmare...) 5 bedrooms, 5 baths, 3700 square feet in one of the most sought after plantations on Hilton Head, Long Cove Club. Sounds spacious right? Cut to the renovation; 1 shower/toilet in 500 functional square feet.
There is no more kitchen, the furniture has been sold to make room for new and the laundry room sink is the only functioning sink in the house. This is where you brush your teeth, but
There's nothing more exciting than arriving to a potential clients newly purchased home, and finding pea green painted popcorn ceilings in the master bedroom. Now that's what we call a BEFORE PHOTO!
This was a rental property prior to the new owner, in the highly sought after rental market of Sea Pines on Hilton Head Island. This means the place rented well, almost all year, regardless of the interior finishes. So green ceilings and carpet in the bathroom it was.
We were hired to design and renovate the master bedroom and bathroom so we presented mood boards to establish the aesthetic and then our client pretty much let us run with it. We suggested adding hard wood floors to the master and doing something casual and masculine in the
If I got my way (which is not terribly common), I would remove EVERY. SINGLE. WALL. I would use rugs and furniture to delineate rooms and all the rooms would be one!
We love when our clients as for an "open concept" kitchen and living area. It's such a nice way to spend time with family and friends, to be able to cook and socialize at the same time and everything just feels so much bigger.
This homeowner was looking to have more seating in the kitchen for their family so we suggested taking out the peninsula and bulky upper cabinets in the kitchen, adding a large island and combining the space with the adjacent family room and sun room. Take a look at a few of the before pictures.