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house has exciting news to share! The Boys are moving into a larger space, located on Industry Road. In addition to the home décor, ladies’ accessories and floral design, j. stuart hurt, Jeremy Rice and Dwayne Anderson help make their customers’ dreams come true through interior design. From anything as basic as helping to select the perfect lamp to a full custom home remodel, the Boys love their customers and love seeing new ideas develop.

Featured here is a recent home remodel that j. stuart hurt completed. Walls were removed, ceilings were raised and the homeowners’ personalities were installed through a fresh, inviting and comfortable color palette.

The kitchen is a stunner in shades of white. Marble countertops and
gold-toned hardware and accents elevate the look and create glamour in an oft-used area of the home. Upholstered stools in tufted linen line the breakfast counter and a trio of geometric pendant lights add a fantastic modern touch. A porcelain farmhouse sink and bleached wood plank flooring are the perfect choices for this classic-meets-modern space.

This ranch home features an open floor plan where the kitchen, living and dining room are all one. A fun way to add instant personality to the dining area was to introduce different seating options around the table. Upholstered high-back armchairs are positioned at the heads of the table. Three dining chairs in a textured cowhide fabric line one side, while a bench lines the other.

A cozy sitting room invites intimate conversation with four identical chairs facing one another under a beautiful chandelier. Beadboard paneling line the walls, adding drama to the room.

What’s your favorite element of this project?

"The clients! I didn’t know them until they hired me from a referral. From our first meeting, we created a mutual trust to make this remodel their home. Learning, understanding and processing their likes was the piece that made this puzzle become a showstopper” -j. stuart hurt, owner