Originally built in 1999, Geri Lynn LeBlanc’s home recently underwent an amazing transformation. The renovation was extensive, taking almost seven months to accomplish. Enlisting the help of Wayne Macks of Way-Nor Construction, Geri began the renovation journey on the 6,000 square foot space that would create a ‘new old house’ as her family likes to call it.
Originally traditional in style, the home is now contemporary. Modern lines and finishes give the home a completely new look while select fluted columns remain to tie in traditional elements.
In the kitchen, existing brick floors were remedied by Lloyd Olsen by filling in the brick and using a gray stain and a glossy finish to disguise the floor fluctuations. A seamless white kitchen accented with a geometric tile backsplash and two islands give the space personality.
In the great room a brick fireplace create a dramatic focal point. Olsen removed, stripped and reinstalled the flooring for a stunning high gloss finish. A custom iron stair rail by Karl Adams of Supreme Ornamental Iron Works was also added.
The all white master bath features a free standing tub anchored by a delicate fixture.
Working together with her family and friends, rescuing her family home and giving it new life was worth it all.