Transitional Kitchen

aspen-interior-design - A transitional style kitchen with Decorative Materials backsplash, European Marble countertops, Christopher Peacock cabinets. designed by Runa Novak of In Your Space Interior Design - InYourSpaceHome.com and RunaNovak.com

Before and After Kitchen Makeover – Traditional to Transitional

Before Style: Traditional

Before List of client’s dislikes:

  • Too dark
  • The cabinets were too narrow, leading to storage problems
  • No symmetry between the upper and lower cabinets which made the kitchen look very busy.
  • Layout–The aisles were too narrow
  • Countertops – No one sat at the peninsula bar which closed up the kitchen
  • Lacked countertop space
  • 1 sink wasn’t enough
  • The space was not laid-out properly with the result being that it felt much smaller than needed
  • Lighting- too dark and had a lot of dark spots
  • Stove in the island
  • There was a hallway in the kitchen adjacent to the fridge.
Cafeteria

Classic and modern Moooi lights are the best for defining space designed by Runa Novak of In Your Space Interior Design www.iysinteriordesign.com

Cafeteria Re-design for a Downtown Software Company

Before


Style:Nondescript Modern
Client’s Dislikes:Overall the place lacked personality & any sort of “pop”
The space was uninspiring and bland
Staircase/Railing was a bad design in the 70’s when it was installed!
Great Room

chicago-interiors - Polished chrome and matte finish metal fire chandeliers add drama and a modern feel to a slopes side house designed by Runa Novak of In Your Space Interior Design - InYourSpaceHome.com and RunaNovak.com

Before and After Great Room Makeover

Before Style: 80’s modern with Southwestern style furnishings

Before list of Client’s dislikes about the house:

  • Everything looked dated and dingy
  • Massive fireplace overpowered the room
  • Weird columns throughout
  • Same matching Wood throughout the house
  • Cove lighting
  • Windows with mullions which closed up the room and was very busy
  • Sunken Family room on the other side of the fireplace