Inside Jennifer Eberle’s remodeled Kentucky home in Glenmary

Inside Jennifer Eberle's remodeled Kentucky home in Glenmary

Jennifer Eberle built her four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom Glenmary home in 1999. After 17 years in the one-and-a-half-story house, she decided to give it a small makeover with some fresh wall colors.

“At first I just wanted to do some paintings,” she told the Daily Courier. “But I knew Leslie (Lewis at LL&A Interiors) and had her come over. (I said), ‘I’m open to your ideas. “Then we decided to remodel the entire first floor.”

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Taking the ideas of local interior designers and running with them, Eberle compares a large renovation display to what you see on a TV show. One day, she said, Lewis brought her entire team, hanging photos, placing decorations and building a brand new, redone space. Eberle can choose to buy any new item she likes and return the ones she doesn’t.

Glenmary Jennifer Eberle's kitchen, built in 1999. April 28, 2022

“I said, ‘I want to buy them all!'” Eberle recalls with a laugh. “(Lewis) made it so easy. I own a business (and) I don’t have time to shop. … (I) was stunned. Like I just (watched) an episode of HGTV.”

The original plan to repaint the house resulted in updated doors and hardware, new backsplash and cabinets installed in the kitchen, a complete redo of the master bedroom, reconfigured built-in entertainment center, and turned a rarely used office into a large walk-in closet , and tear up the old floors.


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