These homeowners had two primary goals for this remodel. The first was to convert the outdated style to a more transitional-contemporary space. The second was to make the home more friendly for entertaining, with functional storage for an extensive bottle collection. In the living room, the fireplace was refaced with textured tile, while the original curves were built out to clean up the aesthetic. Wood beams tie to the new mantle and the old carpet was replaced with wood to infuse the space with warmth. A niche with no previous purpose was transformed into an entertaining bar, incorporating refrigerator drawers, a wine refrigerator, and storage. Every detail was customized to accommodate the small space. Central back-lit glass shelves provide display space for bottles, while enclosed glass cabinets show off other collectibles. The wood cabinetry was carefully duplicated to match the existing cabinets in the kitchen area. Muted neutral tones in the furnishings ensure comfort for guests. In the dining room, an adjacent closet in the garage was converted into a wine room with a custom glass door and plenty of racking. The powder bath was gutted to install contemporary floating cabinetry, new sconces, and textured wallpaper. In the kitchen, small changes, such as the backsplash, hardware, and a new hood, were made to elevate the design in the new style. New furnishings and decorative light fixtures add final touches and highlight the personal art collection throughout all spaces.