Meridian Adams, a former Gap Inc. manager and mom of one, wanted a home that reflected her minimalist aesthetic and bright personality. But getting the bright and airy home of her dreams didn’t come as easy. After living in their 1938 Edwardian style home for less than a year, Adams and her husband decided they were ready to start a family and wanted to make the house a home—which meant moving out and completely gutting the place.  

Adams tells mater mea what went into the process of making her open-concept home, which now fits her family just right.

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