“The homeowners set us with the task of creating a more open living space. They essentially wanted everything knocked out and asked us to create a completely new look.” –Bill Worley, Bill Worley Construction
When Bill Worley accepted the task of this remodel, he faced a home full of closed spaces and dark pockets. He developed a vision to “open it all up.” Accordingly, walls were taken down and the floorplan restructured. The ceilings were raised and windows became the focal point of each room, saturating the once-dark spaces with light and air.
In the master bedroom, the walls are a pleasing “Restrained Gold” from Sherwin-Williams. The furnishings draw warmth from the walls with deep reds and browns, while the quilted comforter on the bed adds texture. The bed’s intricately carved cherry frame anchors the main wall. Across from the bed, the focal point of the room is an alcove backed by a bay of windows looking out to Council Fire Golf Course. Columns from the entryway were moved here to create a feel of a separate sitting area. Linen curtains in a floral pattern hang from rods custom built for the curving space.
Builder: Bill Worley Construction
Interior Design: Tammy Carmichael and Charlotte Collins
Sound System and Wiring: Smarthomes Chattanooga
Lighting: Ferguson | Molding, Trim: Interior Trim & Supply