Amazing Room Transformation With Coffered Ceilings

I typically don't blog about a room makeover mid-project, but I can't keep this one to myself.  When I popped in on this client last week, my jaw hit the floor.  The space we are working on is a semi-formal living room.  We are waiting for furniture to be delivered before implementing the design, but the room has already undergone a major transformation.

What was originally two rooms, an office and a small dining room separated by a wall with pocket doors is now one large space.  Here is what the spaces looked like before the wall was removed...
{The Den Before}


{The Dining Room Before}





Here is what the space looks like now…








Removing the wall left a support beam where the two spaces used to be separated.  To camouflage the beam, the homeowners had a gorgeous coffered ceiling installed by Rob Toth {Carpenter, Grand Blanc, Mi} and Architect Chris Macklin (Macklin Design).  The two small dark rooms are now one large, open, light-filled space with
one. amazing. ceiling. 








 Rob also installed a gorgeous built in bookcase with special attention to detail, as he replicated the molding style used throughout the rest of the home.  I'm just dying to style them.  For the new wall color, we chose "Gray Squirrel" by Martha Stewart to provide contrast and highlight the beautiful woodworking throughout the space.







 I'll be back with the room reveal, until then we will just have to relish in this gorgeous empty room dripping with custom detail and fantastic moldings.  Here is a little sneak peek into the furniture we've ordered…



Eric and Sara, thanks for letting me share your room transformation.
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© Copyright 2013 The Yellow Cape Cod
Amazing carpentry/painting by Rob Toth of Grand Blanc, Mi.
Architect, Chris Macklin, Macklin Design.

9 comments:

  1. Wow, I love that ceiling. It's a beautiful solution to the support beam issue. Can't wait to see the finished, furnished room. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. Love it! Is there a minimum height ceiling that you would recommend having in order to pull this off without looking like the room was small with low ceilings?

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  3. That ceiling is amazing. Hmmmm, might have a project for my Dad !

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  4. Stunning, can't wait to see it all finished.x

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  5. Oh my gosh, that ceiling is so beautiful!!

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  6. Wow ! What an amazing transformation - the bright white beams on the ceiling looks beautiful - really make it stand out ! Can't wait to see the completed room - really lovely......Hope you'll share the beautiful wall color too ! LOve it

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  7. Simply stunning! I am L.O.V.I.N.G. that wall color and I also cannot wait to see it finished. I'm using those same hues in my master bedroom...looking forward to see what y'all come up with!

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  8. What color white is on the ceiling? What color did you use on your house ceilings?

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