Project Hampton

Milton, GA

Designers: Heather Eason & Harlie Beddome

Builder: Michels Construction

Expertise Rendered: Remodel Design & Color Expertise

Photographer: Heidi Harris

A Classic Contemporary Design

Our Project Hampton consisted of renovating many areas in a wonderful, yet traditional Milton home. We wanted to incorporate the client’s personal design aesthetic, increase storage and function, as well as complete general updates to the home since it had not been updated for many years. 

For the kitchen remodel design, we widened the already existing opening on the right-hand wall as large as possible to incorporate a larger seating and serving area. We also rearranged the kitchen appliances to create a better flow and to situate the stove and range hood as a beautiful focal point. This classic contemporary design is timeless; the kitchen is truly as beautiful as they come.

On the opposite side of the kitchen stands a gorgeous floor-to-ceiling run of stained white-oak cabinetry. This space is used as a hidden mudroom, storing kids’ bookbags, jackets, shoes, and more. It even contains hidden charging stations inside and doubles as a beautiful china cabinet. A nearby guest bathroom was also remodeled and features a floating vanity, a wall-mounted faucet, and a beautiful oversized quartz backsplash. This is all accompanied by a lovely walk-in shower. 

Moving to the basement, we ripped out a painfully dated bar and started from scratch. Painted in Sherwin Williams Dark Night, this vibrant, contemporary wet bar is the perfect redo. We especially love the cork and metallic wallpaper and custom chevron wine storage shelving. It is the perfect fit for our avid wine club clients. 

We installed new wood flooring in the basement, updated the fireplace, and added new paint throughout. The guest bathroom was fully gutted and redesigned in a modern black, gray, and brass color scheme which ties in perfectly with the basement’s sleek design. The basement is a show-stopping setting for adult gatherings while still being perfectly durable for children—proving it can be done!