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Friday, By Appointment

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Pulliam Morris Interiors

906 Harden Street

Columbia, SC 29205

(parking and entrance in rear of building)

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ph: 803.799.4744

info@pulliammorris.com

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Time for a Change

DSC_1008The kids are all grown up and have moved out of the house; the piano hasn’t been touched in years; twenty-five years has flown by - it’s time for a change! We chose to focus on the front of the house first - the living room, dining room and foyer. Removing the wallpaper in the dining room made a big difference in lightening up the home which was important to my clients. Walls were painted, the powder room received a facelift, lights were replaced with updated fixtures – installation day was busy. The electricians, plumbers and installers were coming and going, in and out of the house for hours. The transformation was amazing when our clients came home from a long day at work.

Before

The dining room was dark and uninviting while the living room lacked style.

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The Ultimate Kitchen

Careful space planning including in-depth discussions on function, placement of appliances, and layout of cabinets and drawers provide the groundwork for a new kitchen work space.

From the ceiling to the floor, every inch is utilized. There is a purpose for every space in this kitchen and breakfast room. In-depth planning is the key to not only a super functional prep and cooking area but also a comfortable breakfast seating area. Thanks to a great collaboration between the clients, expert kitchen designer Sara Evans and Pulliam Morris, this project was carefully designed to be highly functional and beautiful.

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1980′s High Style needed to be replaced by a new look.

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Keeping the stone fireplace was one element that needed to be incorporated in the renovation.

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Decorative glass doors and a wine cooler complete this bar area.

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Adding deep drawers increases functionality and organization.

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The beveled marble subway size backsplash tile provides detail.

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This pull out rack is very convenient .

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A spice drawer works well in this island.

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Coffee bar area complete with a small sink.

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Small appliances can be stored easily.

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New dining table and chairs provide comfort.

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Raising the ceiling provided the opportunity for taller upper cabinets, therefore making the entire kitchen more spacious.

The result is The Ultimate Kitchen.

Are You Big Enough To Think Small?

Supersize me.

Go big or go home. 

Simplify. Simplify. Simplify. 

Less is more. 

Which philosophy best defines you? I confess I can go both ways. The idea of shedding all of the stuff that weighs us down is very appealing. But then again, our prized possessions can define our lives and tell our story. So, could you imagine living in a house that is 393 square feet? You might…if it looked like this one.

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