|photo by Dustin Peck Photography|
I hope you are enjoying the "before" and "after" photos fo the Traditional Home Randall B. Terry House. Today's transformation feature is the downstairs and upstairs hallway but Mickey Sharpe and Jennifer Hutton.
The Terry House features a central stairway that serves as a gateway to the house connecting the bottom and top floors. Mickey and Jennifer paint the walls Pratt and Lambert "anthracite" which is a sexy, smoldering charcoal grey that adds glamor and mystery to the hallway and blended with the other rooms beautifully. Anthracite is such a great background color for showcasing the art and anchoring the furniture in the hallway.
|photo by Dustin Peck|
Are you ready to see the before?
|photo by Peter Rymwid|
Jennifer and Mickey also transformed the upstairs hallway with new lighting, interesting accessories for the bookshelves and continued the anthracite paint to the upper hallway. The back of the shelves was lined in metallic grasscloth to add texture to the shelves. This is the perfect example of how a few tweaks can provide huge results when done the right way.
I hope you enjoyed our little "before" and "after" tour today. If you have questions for Mickey and Jennifer about their hallways, you can connect with Mickey here and Jennifer here.