Phoenix woodworking People frequently declare that it was once love at first sight with their home. That for sure wasn't the case for Matt and Lauren Morstad. "Luckily, my husband had a imaginative and prescient & stated shall we do one thing with the property," Lauren says. "It hadn't been updated since it was once in-built 1958.
"In spite of the never-renovated kitchen and dark, uneven living area, the Morstads saw promise in the construction & the perspectives from the hillside Phoenix home, & enlisted inner designer Lindsey Schultz to lend a hand execute their wilderness modern vision. Schultz, who had prior to now worked with the family on their apartment, spread out the residing space, reinvigorated the outside, enlarged the garage and delivered an extra 240 sq. Toes to the main bedroom. Although the resulting home is massively different from how it began out, its tough-sawn ceiling & adobe brick walls keep an air of Southwest tradition.
Homss at a GlanceWho lives here: Lauren & Matt Morstad and their sons, Will (age 2) & Max (eight months)Location: PhoenixSize: 2,240 sq. Toes; 4 bedrooms, 2 bathroomsYear constructed: 1958 Hot-rolled steel & Caesarstone meet adobe and Mexican rugs in a Phoenix ranch space untouched for the reason that Fifties.