As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah transformed a cramped and dated living room into a bright, functional space. Pops of turquoise mix with neutrals in the room's chic sitting area to create a cozy space ideal for entertaining. To complement the neutral palette, Sarah replaced damaged hardwood floors with pre-finished, eco-friendly eucalyptus flooring.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson accented this chic antique sideboard with a small gallery wall of black and white vintage photographs. An added chair rail allowed Sarah to play with two different patterns of wallpaper—a bold, linear design below and a natural, whimsical print above.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson surprised her clients with a bonus bedroom makeover. She created a fresh, modern look with light-colored faux bois wallpaper, contemporary black and white decor, and an eclectic mix of natural wood furnishings and bold industrial pieces.
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, this chic kitchen island with a built-in oven was designed to resemble a piece of wood furniture. This style of cabinetry is the perfect complement to living and dining room furniture in an open plan space.
A beautiful bay window floods this white and green living room in soft light. A modern coffee table mixes with a traditional end table, and a white, slipcovered sofa and green armchairs add simple elegance.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah and her team constructed a custom plate rail from stock lumber and backband molding. The portion of wall above the plate rail was painted a light, wispy blue to make the room appear larger and accent the turquoise decor.
Designer Sarah Richardson arranged the seating around the perimeter of the room so each seat has the perfect view of the water. The shades of blue in the upholstery represent the water, and layering the different patterns, like ikat, floral and striped, gives the room a lighthearted look.
This beautiful white vanity, with frosted glass inlay cabinet door fronts, adds dramatic presence to a master bathroom. Crystal knobs and white legs add an elegant look to the furniture.
Designer Sarah Richardson decorated the kids' loft area with cheerful prints and natural lighting for a carefree feel. The twin bed includes a trundle to maximize sleeping capacity without taking up space. The mismatched quilts fulfill the cottage look that fits with the rest of the house.
A mix of pattern and stripes gives this game room a classic vintage vibe that's inviting and fun. A red accent wall sets the stage for the color palette where the lamp, metal shelving and red trim around the chalk board extend the color from the wall. The glass bottle and wire decor help create a time lapse for this vintage motif.
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