Interior Design Reno: Good Bone Structure Needed

At our company, Spaces Designed, there are few things we love more than a good #interiordesign #renovation project! But one other favorite thing high on our list is real estate! We have often played a dual role for our clients by providing realtor and #interiordesigner services. This means helping a client find a house to purchase that has “good bones” as well as transforming the spaces into a truly functional home that improves their lifestyles.

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In this award-winning Northwest Austin residence, our #interiordesigner helped the client recognize the “good bone structure” of the existing house. Starting with favorable existing conditions makes all the difference for a smoother #remodelproject. These before and after shots show just how much good #interiordesign can improve the aesthetics and functionality¬†of a space.

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Above: living room before

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Above: living room after

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Above: bathroom before

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Above: bathroom after

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Above: bathroom after

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Above: kitchen before

kao_3_zoom kao_5_zoom kao_7_zoomAbove: kitchen after

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Above: bedroom before

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Above: bedroom after

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Above: master bath before

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Above: master bath after

If you’re looking for a new home with plans for renovating, make sure to remember this post. I hope you hear the Inspired Interiors’ voice in the back of your head saying “Pssst! Pick one with good bone structure!” Good luck!

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3 thoughts on “Interior Design Reno: Good Bone Structure Needed

  1. Pingback: Home Buyers, you may need an interior designer as your realtor! | Inspired Interiors

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