What does it take to transform a former frat house into a home fit for a young, artistic, professional couple in the nation’s capital? Nick Papadopoulos and Sarah Potts moved into a former frat house of George Washington University in Washington D.C., where they were tasked with gutting the entire place from floors, stairs, walls, kitchen, and everything in-between. Now, the home is unrecognizable from its former cheap beer drinking days.
During the renovation, the original four rooms turned into two bedrooms, both with walk-in closets. The renovation also increased the number of bathrooms and revamped the entire living and kitchen spaces. Remarkably, the entire top-to-bottom renovation of this 1,700-square-foot home took just three months.
Lovers of street art and crafts, the home reflects the couple's eclectic and modern style. Various art and crafts fixtures adorn the rooms, adding pop and color. In home technologies, the entire home is wired for a remote controlled sound and bass system with 20 speakers throughout the home in the ceilings and walls. While it might not be a frat house, the new home offers a club vibe with color-changing stairs and a 500” screen projector on the fourth floor deck that the couple can watch movies on during warm seasons.
Check out more photos of the home renovation by clicking below.