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Redesign offers room to breathe

See larger Bright colors add youthfulness to one of the home's bedrooms and allows for self-expression.

Justin Fee, Knoxville Magazine

Bright colors add youthfulness to one of the home's bedrooms and allows for self-expression.

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  • The Clancy home was redesigned during a months-long process in which the roof was taken off, ceilings were raised, walls were removed and windows were added.
  • The eat-in area of the kitchen is accented by oversize lighting.
  • The outdoor pool, carved into the center courtyard, shares space with a concrete fireplace.
  • The sitting room couch offers a place to relax and enjoy the home's contemporary offerings.
  • Bright colors add youthfulness to one of the home's bedrooms and allows for self-expression.
  • The kitchen is equipped with restaurant-grade appliances. Homeowners Steve and Paula Clancy say they enjoy the hardcore and industrial feel that stainless steel gives them.
  • The bedroom achieves softness through natural elements and colors.
  • The look of stainless steel is repeated throughout the Clancy home in Fountain City.
  • Two large vases flank the doorway to the redesigned home of Steve and Paula Clancy. Before the redesign, the home was a classic example of 1950s architecture.

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