Take a Tour of a Greenville Home Recently Renovated, Illuminated by Progress Lighting
Virginia meets with her designer, Amanda, during the design process.
When we asked Virginia about their home search, she said, “We always wanted to live closer to downtown, so we started looking around the Augusta Road area. We wanted something we could put our own mix on and make into what we wanted, so we searched for a fixer upper.” That’s when a friend contacted them about a home for sale in the North Main area, close to local favorites like Community Tap and Universal Joint.
One significant change made during the renovation involved tearing down walls to connect the kitchen and living areas in one large open space. Check out the before and after shots below:
When thinking about design, Virginia and Jake wanted to maintain some of the home’s traditional character, while adding in some modern aspects. They stuck with mainly neutrals, using color more prominently in accessories, such as furniture and décor, that could be easily changed or replaced. Virginia wanted to incorporate a style similar to Joanna Gaines’, but with a more rustic feel, which influenced her lighting fixture selections.
Virginia and designer Amanda meet to discuss lighting fixtures, such as the Beaker sconce pictured here, for the home.
The Spicewood pendant was a favorite fixture for Virginia & Jake! Left Image: Photography by TJ Getz.
Virginia and Jake enjoying their new front porch, featuring Andover outdoor lights, with one of their dogs, Goober. Photography by TJ Getz.
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