Where the Heart Is: The Heart of Lindsey Mahoney’s Home is in the kitchen

. January 31, 2020.
All photos by Mary Wyar Photography,

When Lindsey Mahoney purchased her home, she knew she needed to make quite a few changes. Though she was charmed by its vintage motif, her goal was to create a space that reflected a modern family’s lifestyle, so she set to work gutting the kitchen, putting in new flooring and creating a sleek design that any homeowner would envy.

The goal of Lindsey’s most recent renovation project was to keep those quaint details, the ones that allowed her to see the home’s potential, while modernizing it with an open concept kitchen. Let this before-and-after account inspire you to follow your own renovation aspirations.

Mary Wyar Photography

Mary Wyar Photography

Lindsey feels that formal dining rooms are antiquated, so she opted to remove this style for a modernized, communal open-concept kitchen.

Lindsey Mahoney’s home

Mary Wyar Photography

Mary Wyar Photography

Visit Lindsey’s website, buildingbluebird.com, for details on how she flipped her kitchen, her From the Nest podcast, and a list of services she provides as a realtor and interior designer.

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