Julian Price House Kitchen of “Hoarders” Fame: Before & After Photos spotlights the beautiful work of Marsh Kitchen & Bath in transforming a neglected space in this 1929 Tudor Revival style home.
Julian Price House Kitchen of “Hoarders” Fame: Before & After Photos
On a recent visit to my folks’ house, they tuned into the A&ETN “Hoarders” episode with the Julian Price House (purchased as a foreclosure for $415k), and the beauty of that mansion caught my attention so I watched this series for the first time.
The 1929 Historical Home in Greensboro is Famous!
Obviously, I’m not alone. The Julian Price House episode titled “Sandra” is THE most-watched episode ever of the “Hoarders” television show.
What you may have learned from “Hoarders.” 31 rooms in the Julian Price House were overflowing and piled high with furniture, collected stuff, and litter. It was one heck of a laborious undertaking for the crew at “Hoarders.”
Go Inside the Mansion & Listen to the Homeowner’s Story
Before the Home Was on “Hoarders”
Historical overview of the Julian Price House. This English Tudor-Revival style home (also known as Hillside) in Greensboro, North Carolina was designed by architect Charles Hartmann and built in 1929 for Julian and Ethel Price.
Only a few owners besides the Price family occupied the home until 2016 when current owners Michael and Eric Fuko-Rizzo purchased the property for their young family.
An Exciting New Chapter for the Julian Price House
Designer overseeing the home’s renovation? Greensboro-based designer Carol Van Zile, CKD, CAPS, DTM has worked on the historic renovation since 2017.
Style of the newly renovated classic white kitchen? Marsh calls it “Timeless Transitional.”
Timeless Transitional Kitchen Design for a Beautiful Tudor Home
They sought to preserve the home’s integrity while also re-imagining this kitchen to live large for its modern family.
It has a timeless look that feels natural to the home’s age yet functions for how we live in 2019.
Timeless White Kitchen Design Details
What design elements play starring roles in this beautiful space? The designers kept the original hardwood floors, and the perimeter kitchen cabinets boast a classic Alpine finish (Marsh’s sleek Hampton door style with a crisp Linen finish).
The island is distinguished by its lovely Graphite stain and Alabaster glaze, furniture-style legs, and beautiful butcher block (original to the kitchen!).
Team Executing the Kitchen Renovation
Team involved in the success of this Marsh renovation? Designer Carol Van Zile, Marble Granite World, and interior designer Maria Adams (Maria Adams Designs) contributed to the striking transformation.
Will This Home Be Flipped?
Are the current owners of this now famous home truly living in it? While the owners have flipped other homes and originally stated they would live here, they plan to rent parts of it to guests.
Julian Price House Kitchen’s Timeless Transitional Ingredients
Dreamy Range & Decorative Vent Hood
Apron-Front Farm Sink
Glazed Tile in Subway Pattern
Hamptons Style Cabinetry from Marsh
Yellow Accents With Black & White Color Story
More Lovely White Kitchen Design Goodness from Marsh
Did you see this episode and watch the follow-up video above yet? It’s worth a look!
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