The three-story terraced house needed refreshing after residents had lived in it for ten years. All rooms were painted, the kitchen and other fixtures, lighting, most of the furniture and all textiles were remodeled. The new kitchen features a large island, which functions also as a breakfast point for the three children. The cooker hood was recessed into the ceiling so that it did not dominate the view from the dining area. The curtains in the dining area were adapted to fit the existing dining table & chairs, which moved from the living room closer to the kitchen. The color scheme of the living room was inspired by the new magnificent Harlequin rug. The same shades are repeated in the curtains and upholstery. Beautifully dyed linen sheer curtains let in all the light but bring privacy from the neighbors. Lighting was improved with a track lighting solution with dimmable spotlights. A new working desk was placed on the other side of the large living room. Existing chests of drawers found their place next to the desk. A new bedroom for parents was built in the upstairs lobby and the family’s little princess got her own room. The children's rooms were completely redecorated. The hot water tank and laundry station in the bathroom were hidden out of sight with a curtain that can easily be pulled aside when doing laundry. It’s nicer to relax in the sauna when you don’t have to look at the laundry. The pine-paneled ceiling in the bathroom was painted in a matching tone to the floor tiles. The bathroom fixtures were also renewed during the renovation.