Carriage House Restoration
Old Village Master Painters did all interior and exterior painting as part of the restoration of this 19th century Carriage House in historic Flourtown, PA.
The home features a light motif throughout with peach walls and white trim and cabinets.
One of the most interesting features is a special pickling treatment that the Old Village Design Studio created for the exposed wood ceiling in the Great Room (see above).
Carriage House Entrance
Front entrance to a restored carriage house in Flourtown, PA. Old Village Master Painters did all interior and exterior painting on this fine home including the front door, side lights, columns, shutters and dormers. The whites and blues blend nicely with the original stone walls.
Fabulous Great Room
The Old Village Design Studio created a beautiful pickled effect for the ceiling that, combined with the peach walls, white on the custom built-in entertainment center and french doors gives this Great Room light, airy, seashore feel and make it seem even larger that it already is.
Carriage House Rear Exterior
North Exterior of Carriage House. Old Village Master Painters painted the exterior of this home in blues and white to blend with the original stone work..
Carriage House Kitchen
Old Village painted the walls, crown moldings, ceiling, island, cabinets, and bar top inthis beautiful carriage house restoration
Master Bath ~ Light and Cheerful
Master Bath showing cabinet fronts, crown molding, chair rail. Nice contrast between the bright white trim and cabinets against the off-white walls
The light colors of white for the trim, cabinets and wainscoting and peach on the walls and ceiling create a light and air sea shore like feel throughout
Light Colors Open Up this Hallway
Bright white on the stair risers, balusters, and newel; doors, walls, windows and wainscotting plus a light peach on the walls and ceiling brighten this foyer and hallway
Pickled Wood Ceiling Detail
Close up showing the exposed beams and ceiling on this beautiful ceiling in Flourtown, PA. The Old Village Design Studio applied a pickling process to achieve this almost ethereal look
This wallcovering in the dining room features an intricate white pattern on a peach background that continues the light theme of the home but gives these walls a more formal feel than the solid peach used throughout the house.