Another fun designing mama, Cassie at Hi Sugarplum has done an amazing job updating their 1980’s builder’s beige home that they bought and have been meticulously upgrading. The kitchen is one gorgeous space after Cassie got ahold of it and it gives me hope that when I get my fixer-upper house, which will most likely be a 70’s or 80’s version, I can have a nice kitchen too.
There are never-ending blogs out there who inspire and create and Cassie is one of them that I met online a couple of years ago. She’s a mom, decorator, and all around creative gal and you’ll love what she’s done to personalize her home.
Coming in the foyer, Cassie added this snazzy zebra rug and painted the inside of her doors black. I’m seriously gonna do this when I move in a new house. Paint doors black and watch them become more important.
Here’s Cassie’s tired and dated 80’s kitchen. I need to go over and read all about how she got her new kitchen, cause wow is it beautiful now.
Black cabinets, granite countertops and a pretty subway tile backsplash. Welcome to the new century, kitchen!
Don’t you love the drama of kitchen Before and Afters? Kitchens are certainly fun to update and this is one beautiful kitchen now.
Don’t you agree?
Cassie put a lot of thought into her kitchen and I’m taking notes.
It’s beyond beautiful now.
She’s given an update to a guestroom as well, by painting the vanity, adding a pretty shower curtain, and a few other changes, like those striped walls.
Love the colors in Cassie’s living room. It’s so cozy and inviting.
Cassie’s beautiful styled bookcases.
Her daughter’s room is so adorable, with all the pops of color and pattern.
Cassie was one of those bloggers who jumped on the updating an older piece of furniture with a bright color trend and this high-boy got a beautiful yellow coat of paint for her daughter’s room. Love it!
Her son’s room is equally poppy with lots of color and texture.
A recently completed pool bathroom showcases some favorite pieces and check out the bright door and ceiling. It’s so pretty.
Another dramatic project, this fireplace got a coat of white paint and wow at the difference in this. Love how updated it looks. I wouldn’t hesitate to paint brick either. A great way to update and add style to a space.
So, that’s an introduction to the fabulous Cassie from Hi, Sugarplum. If you haven’t met Cassie yet, please do hop over and say hello. I know she would love to meet you!Powered by Sidelines