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CONTENTS

12 Letter From The Publishers 16 A Home that Speaks to What They Love

46 Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall: Celebrate the Changing Seasons

50 Tearing Down Walls

60 If They Had to Do It Again

64 Rethinking the

Ranch for a New Beginning

79 Creating an

Outdoor Oasis

89 Something

New From Something Old

93 The Art of a Functional Farmhouse

1 08 The Collective Critic

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Publisher & Editors Imagemark Marketing & Advertising Sandra Forbis Donna Viessman Design Sandra Forbis Amanda Iman Donna Viessman Writers Amanda Iman Donna Viessman Contributing Writers Justin Viessman Photographer Sandra Forbis Graphic Design Amanda Iman Luke Sanders Sales Chris Downing Sandra Forbis Tina Potter Donna Viessman Digital Chris Downing

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A LETTER FROM THE

Partner, Imagemark

SANDRA FORBIS

PUBLISHERS

Partner, Imagemark

DONNA VIESSMAN

The remodeling bug is sweeping through communities across the country, and mid-Missouri is no different. Homeowners are choosing to renovate and update from one room to entire houses. The older neighborhoods are transforming into modern interpretations better suited to today’s lifestyles, while honoring their heritage. In this issue, we have the pleasure of showcasing home remodels on many different scales. There’s the young family who completely gutted a small ranch and did a significant addition, a complete overhaul of an outdoor entertaining space, and a spare bedroom created by using what she had and combining it with thrift store treasures. Perhaps the most unique aspect of this issue is being able to bring you the stories of a family of three sisters who were bitten by the remodel bug. Each took on home renovations to satisfy their individual needs and is unique in their approach to creating a home that makes their family and friends feel warm and welcome.

CHRIS DOWNING

Behind every story, there is always the desire to showcase our homeowners and their beautiful homes. It is always exciting to hear their stories and share their version of home.

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Digital Specialist Graphic Designer and Digital Marketing Consultant

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we are so proud to be a part of our community. As all of us moved through the initial shock, and then the realization that Jefferson City will forever bear the mark of the tornado. We are thankful it wasn’t much, much worse. The response from emergency personnel, construction and debris clearing professionals and an army of volunteers was overwhelming to experience. Although it never seems that the progress is fast enough, we are all encouraged to see neighbors helping neighbors in any way possible. The building professionals continue to work to restore a new normal to so many who were impacted by these severe weather events. The quiet after the storm is being replaced with progress. The local builders, craftsmen, interior designers and subcontractors who are members of the HBA of Central Missouri have helped shape the recovery of those impacted… one project… one home at a time. Our community is indeed a force to be reckoned with!

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As a special note: After the recent tornado, and then the flooding,


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waiting for the

Right Person to come along

Sometimes a home stays on the market for a long time, just waiting patiently for the right person to come along, see past all the problems and visualize it for what it can be. That’s exactly what happened with this transformed home. Seeing it now, you would never guess that it was once hidden behind overgrown trees in one of Jefferson City’s prime locations on 4-acres. Years of neglect had obscured its potential to be a

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modern family home until just the right homeowners toured the property. Keep in mind that it hadn’t been updated since it was built in the mid-80s, that it had been empty for a long time and that every surface had to be touched. This wasn’t a renovation for the faint of heart. For the home to reach its full potential, it would take vision, care and skill to transform it into the modern estate it was meant to be. The homeowners were drawn back to this property repeatedly and recognized its great bones. They just needed to revive it to create a home that fit the needs of these soon-to-be new residents. The homeowners enlisted the ideas of family and friends to help create a new vision for the home and take advantage of every opportunity to maximize the good, while transforming the bad.

The remodel began with multiple home walk-throughs, taking stock of the floor plan and how the home was structured. There were many choices to consider. The 8-foot ceilings made the large rooms seem confining. The living room had a fireplace that occupied an entire wall, eliminated the opportunity for a view of the backyard and made the room dark. The doors to the laundry room and the stairway to the basement were awkwardly located in the dining room. Relocating the basement access to align with the stairs to the upper level allowed the homeowners to re-think the space and create a convenient butler’s pantry/laundry, which they now use all the time! They also moved the pantry door into the kitchen. These simple changes made a huge difference in how the rooms flow.

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The kitchen and casual eating space were a great size, but definitely straight out of the 80s. And, there was a single door that led outside to the covered patio, limiting the opportunity for the inside to flow outside for larger gatherings. In the master suite, there was an abundance of space, but the bathroom suffered from 80s-itis as well! They knew all of these problems could be fixed and began to formulate a plan for their vision. Fortunately, the front entry had an existing two-story ceiling height. They added a display niche above

the front door and had the walls finished with a metallic paint treatment that glistens when the light is just right. It’s a beautiful subtle effect that creates a nice element of surprise when guests enter the home. She chose durable neutral tiles to flow from the entry straight through into the kitchen. Finally, the room at the top of the steps was closed off from the lower level, and by removing a wall, they were able to create a functional office space. The open balcony brings natural light and architectural interest to the foyer. The new railings with wrought

iron spindles, topped with rich wood hand rails are another design detail that adds to the home. What once was a walkway to the bedrooms on the upper level is now usable footage. After exploring the space upstairs, they found the answer to their 8-foot ceiling challenges. Above the dining room, living room and master bedroom suite was enough unfinished space to raise the ceiling heights. In the dining room, their carpenter Henry Veltrop opened up the ceiling to reveal a nice surprise! CAPITALLIFESTYLES.NET

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The potential to create a dramatic double vaulted ceiling treatment revealed itself. At the end of the day, Henry had framed in the structure and it couldn’t have been better if it would’ve been a part of the original house. In order to make the new ceiling even more special, they repeated the metallic paint treatment from the foyer and found a large chandelier perfect for the room. They kept the existing pine floors the previous owners had installed and stained red. They chose to have them sanded down to the bare wood and replace the red stain with a medium toned wood color. They turned out beautifully. Furnishings and accessories were chosen so everyone would feel relaxed and stay a while. The homeowner found the old shutters and dry brushed on a layer of blue paint. The artwork and accessories are reflective of her love of light and bright happy colors and interesting patterns.

Going to new

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Overhead, the new room height is accented by a box beam architectural feature. A ceiling medallion is used to add an

embellishment to the ceiling fan. What a difference the additional two-feet has made in this exciting new space. The lighting he added in every room makes the home feel much bigger and brighter. And, she teases him about the benefits of living with an electrician… she can change out lighting like she would her jewelry.

The spacious living room underwent a dramatic transformation by removing the fireplace which previously over powered the room. It’s hard to describe how much better the room felt when all that brick was removed! A window was installed to let in the light and provide a view to the beautiful back yard. The focal point of the room is now where it needs to be. They installed a gas fireplace with a stone surround and wood mantel that is flanked by rich wood built-ins. Now when everyone is in the living room, they have plenty of seating with matching sofas and a pair of swivel chairs. She chose a large-scale coffee table to anchor the space. The room is so large that she was able to place accent furnishings around the perimeter which have become a curated mix of traditional and relaxed items.

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The kitchen is their favorite room in the home. The painted white cabinets are the perfect canvas to design a French country family- friendly space. Glass cabinet inserts display treasured items and the curved stove hood complements the beautiful lines of the custom cabinetry. Stainless steel appliances enhance the design and contrasts with the natural rustic feel of the brick backsplash he installed. The space has a sophisticated air about it, but it is definitely not overdone. In lieu of the original u-shaped kitchen with a peninsula, they chose to use an island. The stunning granite countertops are perfect to stand up to daily use. The island provides more than enough space to serve everyone’s favorites. When their family gets together, the large island is the perfect place to create an appetizing display that would rival any upscale buffet!

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Enjoy the messy moments. In the seating area, a playful mix of artwork is hung against the perfect color red. The scale and texture of the fabrics chosen to reupholster vintage seating reinforces the French county style. The antique dining table is the perfect size and is a comfortable place to begin your day, or to come back together to share the day’s experiences. It’s a balance of vintage antiques, designer fabrics and color that celebrates the relaxed look they’re most comfortable with.

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A soothing grey and textural layers are used in the master bedroom to create a truly relaxing retreat. The large master suite was one of the original spaces that drew them to this home. They have a large space for their lush upholstered king-sized bed, and once again they capitalized on the opportunity to raise the ceiling. In the adjacent room they have a sitting area with space leftover for exercise equipment. The pine floor continues throughout these rooms and they’ve softened the feel with soft area rugs. A window seat is an opportunity for their dogs to sit and guard their backyard.

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The master bath is a soft and soothing composition of classic cabinetry, quartz counters, glistening light fixtures and simple and clean marble look tile accented by smoky grey arabesque glass tiles. No detail was overlooked. From the graceful curved accents on the mirrored storage cabinet doors to just the right cabinet pulls, everything came together perfectly.

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The existing outdoor space consisted of a covered patio and a great deal of lawn space. You could tell the previous owners rarely spent any time outdoors past the patio. The great thing about this property is how much space they had to create the pool area they really wanted. It was important for him to give her the pool area he knew she wanted. Now, their new pool is surrounded by a generous amount of concrete in order to hold several seating options for everyone. This homeowner is known to be somewhat obsessed with beautiful outdoor seating and it wouldn’t be surprising if she hasn’t already added more to the space.

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In order to have a non-slip surface surrounding the pool, he chose a light broom finished concrete and had it scored on the diagonal. This created a subtle design element that didn’t add to the budget. The pool is all one level making it easy for all ages to enjoy. Because of the natural slope of the yard, they needed a retaining wall. After considering how to achieve the most natural look, they chose a product that features large stones that resemble naturally occurring outcroppings. Plantings of blue spruce and arborvitaes will grow into a natural screen and provide a beautiful

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Fun

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backdrop for years to come. He surrounded the area with black aluminum fencing to keep the area secure.

in order to oversee the massive project, it gave this homeowner peace of mind and true pride in the result.

When you have a property with this much potential, you may never really be done, but these homeowners have earned an opportunity to take a break and enjoy everything they’ve accomplished. She brought a design perspective to the entire project, driven by an artistic eye for color, scale and detail. And, he was able to put his electrical and construction experience to work and be a major part of the remodel. Since he was able to take a 2-month leave

They recognized the good bones of the home, and were committed to reviving it in order to create a home that fits their needs. She enjoyed the collaboration with family and friends, as well as the wonderfully positive craftsmen they worked with to create a home that speaks to what they love. Now, all they have to do is enjoy the home they’ve created… Until she finds their next project!

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SUMMER

SPRING Celebrate the Styling a mantel is a fun way to usher in the seasons and showcase your favorite things. Applying simple design theory will make your mantel the commanding focal point it is meant to be. Start the composition with a large piece of dĂŠcor. If you love symmetry, then place 46 |

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Changing Seasons it in the center. If you want something more asymmetrical, then place it off center and use it to build from there. Create layers of varying heights. Start with the larger pieces and then fill in with smaller objects. Staggering their height and size will help to bring balance to each side,

which is visually pleasing. Each object carries a visual weight, so be sure to step back and consider how each item you add balances the overall arrangement. Texture and color should be distributed throughout the design to create visual interest. If you place a large object on one side


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FALL be certain to add something on the other side to visually balance the impact it has. Have fun with your designs. Don’t be afraid to try something different. After all that’s what makes your mantel different from everyone else’s.

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FALL Create a perfectly spooky fall look with jack-o-lanterns and creepy critters. The beauty of fall foliage can be complemented by a range of decorations to create the perfect fall look. Use anything from pumpkins and jack-o-lanterns to metal and weathered wood decor. If you’re daring add in skeletons, black cats, crows, spiders or other frightening creatures to create a chillingly stylish statement.

WINTER A winter wonderland can be easily created with lights, garlands and a beautiful Santa. Classic garlands and a large statement piece will bring together a festive design fit for the season. Stockings and holly are great, but your mantel decor can become a special tradition for your family. Choose a piece to anchor the design and add texture with trees, garlands and pinecones. Decorations can be whatever speaks to you. Lighting always gives your mantel that festive glow.

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SPRING The welcoming warm weather, fresh blooms and birds singing is the perfect reason to celebrate the return of warm weather. A fresh, natural feel at this time of year is the perfect way to wake up your living room. Light fresh colors paired with neutral accents revives our spirit. Plants and flowers provide the pop of color in whatever combination speaks to you. Large scale artwork is perfect to set the scene for the accessories you choose to build a stunning display.

SUMMER Warm weather takes us all outdoors, so why not bring some of it inside. You can capture the feeling of your summer vacation with bright statement pieces with simple accents to create a vibrant style that reflects the sunny days ahead. An unframed canvas painting or other wall art can also provide color and interest to the whole arrangement. Don’t forget to use the colors you’ve chosen for your mantel throughout your room. Pillows and throws will repeat design elements and colors around the room.

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If you’ve driven around an older neighborhood, you’ve likely come across streets lined with iconic and unassuming ramblers, also known as ranch homes. The popular architectural style defined a generation and the growing communities of the time. Today, the simple, single-story layout is often being updated to fit todays desire for a more open concept. They are not without their challenges, and this particular home was no exception. There were small spaces, closed in by a central brick fireplace. Its massive structure went straight through the middle of the home, and the back wall housed the kitchen’s built-in oven, a common feature of mid-century homes. With such a massive structural element blocking this home’s potential, many homeowners would have run away at the thought of removing it. 52 |

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However, Doug and Nancy Bonnot not only dove head-first into the challenge, they took on much of the physical labor themselves. Once the fireplace was removed, the space truly opened up, providing a blank slate for them to completely re-think the floor plan. The homeowners moved the living room from the back to the front and now it just feels right when you walk in the front door, through the entry and then into the great room. The beauty of an open floor plan is being welcomed into the entire space as soon as you walk in. Without any barriers to stop your eye, the large space seems even bigger. Simplicity in design is often difficult to achieve, and this is a study in how to do it right. These homeowners achieved it by repeating elements through the three-living areas. Flooring,

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paint color and wood tones in the cabinetry are repeated throughout. Consider the shades of paint… from a light grey on the walls to the dark charcoal accent color, an unobtrusive focal point was created. Some may have chosen a strong contrast color, but the effect created by using shades of grey results in a calm modern feeling. Generous leather seating is placed on the diagonal completing an interesting furniture grouping. The diagonal arrangement allows easy access to the kitchen and dining room and allows for everyone to be able to interact without anyone’s back to the adjacent space. A gas fireplace was added, and the black tile surround blends with the focal wall. The unobtrusive architectural feature complements rather than shouts for attention. Large scale artwork adds a pop of color and a few well-chosen accents complete the display on the mantel.

The new kitchen and dining spaces were relocated to the back of the home. Light streams in through the new patio doors that lead to their outside entertaining area. Now the space is awash in light and the visual sight lines encourage interaction and improves flow. Nancy and Doug love to have people over and the new design makes it easy to entertain and mingle with all their guests. Dark wood cabinetry and a large island anchors the new, easy to work in kitchen. The design provides complete flexibility of use whether they’re cooking for two or twenty! Beautifully crafted custom cabinets include glass panels, a display niche and large crown accented by dentil molding which was stained a bit darker to make it stand out.

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Brushed stainless steel appliances and a glass tiled backsplash reflect light. Three glass pendants hang from an accent feature over the island. Built to add interest to the ceiling, it defines the room and visually elevates the ceiling height. The Bonnot’s redesigned the stairway wall by adding wrought iron spindles and newel posts and railings painted to match the rest of the trim in the home. Metal accents tie the areas together and gives the dining space a modern country charm. A true owner’s retreat, the master bedroom is soft and inviting. The pretty upholstered bed accented with nail head detailing and piled with pillows is a study in pattern and textures. The traditional 1950’s bathroom was completely gutted and the homeowners redid and replaced everything from the tile floor to the tub shower. They chose a generously sized vanity with dual sinks and a black granite top. Again, by repeating colors throughout the different rooms, simple design choices add up to make a big impact. This rambler remodel is truly a shining example of maximizing the potential of the footprint of an existing home. Don’t ever let walls or outdated conventions hold you back from enjoying your home in ways that are functional for you. This home’s wide circulation spaces maintain the desired open flow allowing everyone to gather in ways fitting of today’s modern family.

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It’s true—the grass always seems to be greener on the other side. Kids want their friend’s toy, your spouse’s meal always looks better than what you ordered, and it may seem like your neighbor’s house is better than your own. When you’re buying your first home, it can be tough to identify all the features you want in your dream home. As you grow and live in these spaces, you learn what you would – and wouldn’t – choose again. To make sure you don’t forget anything, Erie Insurance recently conducted a Homeowner Hindsight study asking what homeowners most regret having in their home, or what feature they would look for in their next home. Almost one-third (30%) of surveyed homeowners agreed on wanting one specific home feature…

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the enviable walk-in pantry. If you’re lucky enough to have one, imagine what you would do if it one day disappeared. Where else would you store all of those bulk groceries, miscellaneous serving dishes you save for special occasions and bulky appliances? It’s easy to see why homeowners love their walk-in pantries. If creating your own walk-in pantry isn’t in the budget this year, a kitchen utility cart or a baker’s rack can help amp up your kitchen storage without the construction cost. It’s been said that the kitchen is the heart of a home, so it’s not surprising that rounding out the top three most coveted features homeowners wish their home had are also in the kitchen: granite countertops and a kitchen island. What do all of these features have in common? Function. If you think about all of the things that come in contact with your countertop, at the end of the day, you’ll be happy to have an easy to clean, scratch-resistant granite or quartz. Likewise, a kitchen island can serve a multitude of tasks. The multi-functional feature is prep area, work area, gathering space and eating space. Because people tend to congregate in kitchens, an island also helps with circulation throughout a room. On the flipside, some homeowners also had regrets about the features that they did get. In much smaller percentages, people had gotten tired of their hardwood flooring, found their stainless steel appliances and white cabinetry too hard to keep clean, and would skip having a fireplace in their next home. Not all homeowners have regrets, though. About 95 percent of respondents said that they like or love their home, despite what it doesn’t have. After all, it’s not the features that make a house a home— it’s the people and memories. 62 |

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If they had to do it all over again‌ Features that homeowners commonly regret missing out on while shopping for homes Walk-in pantry: 30.2% Granite countertops: 17.8% Kitchen island: 16.8% Tankless water heater: 16.4% Finished basement: 16.2%

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Many baby boomers who’ve spent most of their adult lives raising their families in dream homes are gradually coming to grips with a new reality: that, as their kids grow up and leave home for lives of their own, the once dream home has simply become too big and too much of a burden. Danny and Cindy Proctor were one such couple. They wanted to downsize their home while still having plenty of room for their children and grandchildren. Their search began by looking at properties in familiar neighborhoods. When they found a traditional 1950’s ranch home, they knew it had hidden potential. They loved the large windows and the natural light, bright feel

of the individual living spaces. For some people it would seem a daunting task, but they’ve taken on numerous projects in the past and were ready for one more! Danny worked in the construction industry for years, and he knew they would be able to break through the walls that separated the common spaces of the traditional ranch floor plan. And, that’s just what happened. Prior to the remodel, immediately when you walked into the home, the entry space was closed in and confining. The kitchen, dining and living rooms were all a good size but visually felt small. By opening up the walls of this traditional ranch, they let the light shine through the rest of the house.

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Light streams into the kitchen from the adjoining dining room.

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When deciding to remove as many of the walls as possible, they carefully considered what needed to stay and how they would maintain the structural integrity of the home. They removed the shared entry and kitchen wall and an awkwardly placed pantry. For structure, they kept a corner of the pantry and camouflaged it as a decorative column. The new u-shaped kitchen design was really important to Cindy. She loves to cook, and as her kids’ favorites have become her grandkids favorites, she needs a generous amount of counter space to prepare for family gatherings. A peninsula provides ample counter 70 |

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space and tons of seating. The cabinetry features as many drawers as possible to maximize the storage space and ease of access and organization. Pull-outs on each side of the microwave conveniently store spices within arm’s reach of the cooking and prep areas. Slate appliances and contemporary cabinet pulls give sleek modern touches, while the beautifully marbled granite gives the countertops movement. Overhead, the homeowner created custom lighting fixtures by re-imagining some metal accents from Hobby Lobby. All it took was a bit of imagination and

some light kits. The result are unique one-of-a-kind fixtures that add a metal element to the design. Light streams into the kitchen from the adjoining dining room. They welcome in the view that can be enjoyed no matter where you are. As the demo progressed, they noticed a two-and-a-half-inch sag in the dining room ceiling, and they installed a wood beam in order to correct it. They stained the beam a dark color. By leaving it exposed, it visually defines the dining space, which is appointed with a comfortable dining table and chairs.

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As walls came down, the open and spacious home revealed itself. The walls that closed off the living and dining rooms and traditional hallway to the bedrooms were replaced with columns, satisfying the structural need while repeating a striking architectural feature.

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In the living room, the original fireplace was painted, and they added custom built shelves on either side to unify the wall and give it a designer feel. It’s amazing how a simple fresh coat of paint can completely update elements in a home. The simple design has created a beautiful focal point in the room. They are thankful that the original home owners put such large windows in the home. This makes everything feel light, bright, and the house feels twice as large.

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In order to create a cohesive design, all of the rooms were painted a fresh light grey color, and new prefinished wood flooring was laid throughout. New crown molding and trim was installed to add to the modern design choices. 74 |

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The Proctors have created a home that is perfect for them. Every bit of the home has a purpose and is used each day. Each choice they have made complements another and has allowed them to spend more time with family instead of doing

maintenance. The whole project has resulted in a true family home and is making a memorable lasting impression on their new beginning.


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Jeff and Carolyn Imhoff are talented DIYers that have taken on one project at a time to update and remodel their home’s interior but had dreamed for years of a backyard oasis. This time, the Imhoffs wanted the full outdoor project planned and completed so they would be able to enjoy it with their family and friends. 80 |

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When they met Nick Haslag at the HBA Home Show a year ago, they were immediately drawn to him for their project. Nick worked with the homeowners to put together a complete plan to transform their outdoor space. Together, they created a backyard paradise they would enjoy for years to come.


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refrigerators and ice chest, storage drawers and trash receptacle. As a result of the considerable space they had created, when it was almost finished, they decided to add an island for prep and serving space. Long gone now are the days of running in and out of the house while entertaining because

everything a cook could need is right at their fingertips. On game days, everyone pulls up a bar stool and gathers round the TV to watch their favorite teams, making the kitchen area a full entertainment hub.

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The existing sports pool is perfect for their family. The ends are 3-foot-deep and everyone congregates there to relax. When they are in the mood for more activity, they put up the volleyball net and a friendly game begins. Originally surrounded by concrete, Nick cut away a large part of the old concrete and replaced 82 |

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it with pavers. They also removed planting beds to simplify the design and enlarge this entertaining space. On cool fall nights, the grandchildren roast marshmallows and chase the chill away around the new woodburning fireplace. Like the kitchen, the


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Imhoffs wanted the fireplace to be a substantial feature of their backyard, big enough for the entire family to assemble around without being too crowded. At night, the posts, which surround the perimeter of the project, are accented with ambient lighting. Along with other landscape lighting, it creates a beautifully illuminated space. Nothing is more relaxing than enjoying a well-lit space at night while the water is glistening in the moonlight and a fire is dancing in the fireplace.

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To cap off the entire project, existing deck, railings and Hardie siding on the back side of their home also got a refresh. Stonework on the posts was added, pulling everything together and creating a cohesive design.


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relax Jeff and Carolyn Imhoff can’t say enough about how easy is was to work with Nick and the nice men he has working on his crew. As is key with an outdoor project dealing with weather conditions during construction, Nick was a great communicator, keeping them in the loop all along the way. The Imhoffs now have all the conveniences that they could ever want outside. They have created an outdoor oasis that they can share with their family and friends, making their home complete.

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Not every home project needs to be a massive undertaking or require a large budget. This charming guest room refresh proves that with a little bit of creativity, you can create a cohesive look with your favorite leftover furnishings or upcycled finds. Anchoring this cozy retreat is, of course, the bed. To truly make this a statement, the homeowner created a headboard out of a set of antique shutters. Originally off of a mansion in St. Louis, they still had their original shutter dogs 90 |

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and paint. Affixing them directly on the wall is both a simple and space-saving solution that yields a dramatic unexpected focal point. The homeowner loves crisp white bedding. To add an additional pop of color, she repurposed an old set of bolster pillows by recovering them in a soft blue. Then, new accent pillows were created with coordinating fabrics and a decorative throw. The plush ensemble creates an environment that invites a great night’s sleep. With the remaining fabric, she


created matching valances and up-cycled a pair of ottomans by reupholstering them. In the corner, stands an antique corner cabinet from the 1800’s that the homeowners have owned and loved for many years. Beside it is an early crib with dovetailed joints which was repurposed into a table by adding legs and a top. On the opposite side of the bed is an old porcelain top table. Since the top was damaged, the homeowners created a new one out of beautiful patterned tile.

On another wall, when a clock couldn’t be repaired, she upcycled the frame, removed the clock and repainted it with a complementary teal chalk paint. It is given a new purpose, holding flowers that coordinate with a spring wreath hanging on the headboard shutters, giving the room a fresh vibe. Rounding out the room, you’ll find additional small touches of found objects, such as the child’s chair and a collection of birdhouses.

with care. They layered colors, textures, styles and whimsical elements resulting in a room that speaks to what they love. And, they are looking forward to sharing it with friends and family. It isn’t difficult to spend just a bit of time bringing odd pieces together to create something special… and special is a beautiful word to describe this restful guest room.

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Eric and Brandi Rackers were making plans to move to Jefferson City. They were looking for a property with acreage close to town that they could make their forever home. Usually, finding a home like this would be a tall order, but after telling their parents about their plans, their dad said he had just the place for them. They just needed to keep an open mind. The home was originally built in 1960 as a 1 bed, 1 bath house. Through the years, it had some additions, but the space just wasn’t functional for what this young family needed. It would indeed be a fixer upper in order to become their dream home. They were able to overlook all of the challenges, because what appealed to them most was the beautiful 5-acres that is just a quick drive into town. When Eric and Brandi first met with contractors about saving their new found treasure, they were met with resistance and some thought it would be best to bulldoze and start over. The Rackers, however, didn’t want to erase the history, but wanted to add character by keeping the main structure and modernizing it for today. Enter Paulette Kreter of Paulette Designs, and Ryan Schrimpf. Paulette was able to help them see the space in a completely different way. Ryan had the construction chops to make it all a reality. Together they saved the Rackers.

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Upon walking through the solid wood front door, the Rackers set the tone with a theme you’ll find throughout the home: a mix of old and new with touches of Brandi’s artistic style. There’s an old barnwood coat rack topped with Brandi’s own artwork, as well as a framed survey of the property that the original homeowner had done. Wood flooring unifies the open floor plan and ties it all together while both beautiful and functional furnishings help to delineate the space.

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Sharing the workload with Ryan Schrimpf, the homeowners reconfigured the home’s layout, creating a large open floor plan for the kitchen, living and dining room. The family’s DIY talents enabled them to work alongside the builder, making it easier for their young family to realize their forever home. Opening to the dining room, the table becomes a central part of this room. A simple farmhouse style table that truly embodies “family,” this piece was


built by Eric’s uncle, Tom Rackers and Brandi’s uncle, Jim Wildhaber. With natural light streaming through the front windows, this space creates ample room for family gatherings and is sure to become the site of many homework sessions to come. The dining room flows directly into the living room. Comfortable leather couches frame the new stone fireplace. Schrimpf was able to source cedar for both the mantel beam and the room’s support post.

The kitchen is a wonderful balance of materials and finishes. With dark cabinetry below, white above and the pale blue herringbone tile backsplash, this space maintains an uncluttered light and airy feel. Stainless steel appliances bring in modern functionality and style while the rustic steel bar stools help it maintain its farmhouse charm. A set of floating shelves in the corner provide additional space for personal touches. One can just imagine preparing meals or sitting at the island, enjoying the view of the backyard’s wooded acreage. Being so close to nature is truly good for the soul.

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In the master bedroom, the Rackers ensured that they had their own personal retreat. The room features artwork from Eric and Brandi’s study abroad in Greece and Cyprus. In the spacious master bath, the double sink vanity provides plenty of must-have counter space for the couple to share. They credit Darryl at Brady’s Glass and Paint, “He is awesome with paint colors,” and they leaned on him for color guidance throughout the home.

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Even though the space is remodeled, they were mindful of being good stewards to its history. The nursery bedroom features furniture that Brandi’s dad built long ago when she was a child. On the wall is a large piece of Brandi’s artwork. The beautiful peacock was created with playful colors and a true artistic vision.

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One of the reasons that Eric and Brandi sought out a property such as this was that they had both loved their childhood and wanted their children to have the same fun, with freedom to run and play outside, interacting with nature. They have also made a conscious effort to care for this land, working to create a monarch butterfly garden with over 27 species of plants beneficial to their habitat. They are fortunate to have a strawberry patch and blackberry bushes the previous homeowner started. Along the drive up to the home, there is a walnut grove with over 60 trees. The property also features apple, pear and peach trees. Proving that functionality was an overall goal of this remodel, the couple made compromises in their budget to ensure that the home was connected to City water supplies. With an addition, they were also able to create a 2-car garage. All in all, her artistic style helped to create a beautiful composition. Eric and Brandi Rackers have created a charming farm home with everything clean and comfortable for their family to all be together. Plus, they all did their part. They are proud of how they were able to breathe new life into the home, modernizing it and bringing it back to life.

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Being so close to nature is truly good for the soul.


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Yet another summer movie season has come and gone, but there are plenty of flicks that have flown under the radar, and in my opinion deserve another shot! Of course, we always look forward to those high-profile Hollywood Blockbusters, but there are a ton of indie and lesser-known talents out there that deserve a bit of love. So, fellow movie lovers, you’ll want to check these out!

Escape Room (PG-13)

While the setup of a group of people trying to escape a trapfilled series of rooms that could kill them is nothing new or groundbreaking, the first genre release of 2019 still managed to deliver a surprisingly entertaining series of thrills that took itself just seriously enough. It also provided a solid cast of characters that you wanted to see survive their predicament. Sure, the studio mandated sequel-bait ending is rather annoying, but the sets are creative, the acting is solid, the suspense is gripping, and it makes the most of what it has. Not a masterpiece, but still a trip worth taking at least once.

Alita: Battle Angel (PG-13)

While certain anime and manga fans were able to recognize this beautiful big-eyed metal angel, she’s no Marvel or DC superhero, so it’s no surprise she wasn’t exactly a huge hit here in the US. It really is a shame too, because out of all the anime adaptations we Americans have gotten thus far, this is right up there 108 |

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with Detective Pikachu as one of the best! It’s actionpacked, visually stunning, has a ton of heart, and serves as a perfect introduction to the amazing comics that inspired it! If you’re a sci-fi or anime lover who has long searched for an adaptation that does its source material justice, then this is it!

Happy Death Day 2U (PG-13)

Man, I remember earlier this year when this one came out and split the horror fandom right down the center. Some people felt that it was unneeded and completely ruined what made the original movie work, while I was among the ones who felt that it was a refreshing sequel that introduced a great spin on the concept with a solid sense of humor to boot! While not all of the comedic bits work and the plot will probably make your head spin if you think about it too hard, to me, the positives outweigh the negatives here. The ending—which I won’t spoil—does make me want to see more from the franchise if we do end up seeing more one day. For now, that seems to be a long shot, but for my money this was a worthy sequel, and if you were someone who dismissed it at first, then I strongly suggest that you to give it another chance!


Climax (R)

A French dance troupe, a wild party, a giant bowl of sangria, and a metric ton of LSD thrown into it by an unknown attendee... from that: CHAOS! Gaspar Noe is definitely a filmmaker who loves to make his audience feel as uncomfortable as possible, so if you are easily stressed out or become discombobulated at the slightest tilt or turn, then this is definitely not the flick for you! However, if you are an adventurous viewer who craves an endurance test as well as experimental filmmaking techniques that a mainstream studio would never allow, this my friend is just what the mad doctor ordered!

Missing Link (PG)

Yet another beautifully animated, pure-hearted, and meticulously crafted feature from Laika Studios, which offers smart entertainment for children and adults alike, and it barely makes any money at the box office! This makes me so sad. A humorous and touching story about discovery, friendship, and forging your own path amidst a sea of snobs and bureaucrats...drowning in a market flooded with Minion knock-offs and soulless Disney remakes! Seriously people, show your kids stuff like this instead of constantly throwing YouTube in their faces because it is a product that actually has their best interests in mind!

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The Beach Bum (R)

I’m pretty sure that no title in the history of ever has been a more perfect match for the tall, tan, and handsome actor who is Matthew McConaughey! This flick is the perfect example of something you can just flip on in the background while sitting outside and cracking open a cold one by the pool. An absolutely insane, yet undeniably infectious yarn about a simple man living a delightfully crazy life fueled by booze, women, shenanigans, and cheerful nihilism that is just as much reckless as it is entertaining! Harmony Korine is no doubt the single most self-indulgent filmmaker working in the indie scene today, so if you share in that mindset, this is not one to miss!

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