The process of selling this lovely 5,000-square-foot home in Wilton, CT has been anything but easy.
The master bedroom in the main part of the house is quite small, and the attached in-law apartment (as charming as it appears) is far from appealing.
By virtually redefining the space throughout the in-law apartment to show alternate designs, a potential home buyer might just give this home a second glance!
Here on the first floor, the living room and kitchen are converted to an office and a bar/entertainment area.
The recommendation to remove a common wall between two small bedrooms on the second floor, while expanding the bathroom to encompass an adjacent closet, results in transforming this space into a beautiful master bedroom suite.
GMB Designs’ challenge:
This project involved using photos of fully furnished rooms. As you can see, the existing pictures capture odd angles of the rooms, making it difficult to design directly onto the photos, as is customary.
Using state-of-the-art design tools, a rendered backdrop was created mimicking the camera angles for the new master bedroom suite, and thereby providing a clean canvas for the virtually staged design. The first-floor renderings required removing the existing furniture, reconstructing portions of the walls and windows, and then applying the new furnishings.