A few days ago I had the opportunity to photograph an extensive remodel in Medina of a 1970’s house sorely in need of some updating. The owner is a single woman who works in the software industry, is originally from Ireland, and who took an active role in the design choices (and the photography as well). Kathy Banak of Authentic Home did the interior design work, crafting a soft, feminine palette of pale grey, white, sea foam green, pink, and lavender, accented with dark wood floors and beams. Ordinarily I personally don’t care for “feminine” interiors, whatever that even means, as they somehow don’t feel comfortable to a large, sports loving, somewhat clumsy guy like me. But this house is so well done, and it’s lighter colors mix together so easily, that I loved it. And most importantly, the homeowner loves it.
The construction work was beautifully (as usual) finished by Brock Smith of Brock Smith Custom Homes.