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 minor facelift with some fresh wall colors.

“At first I was just going to do some painting,” she told The Courier Journal. “But I knew Leslie (Lewis, of LL&A Interior Design), and had her come over. (I said), ‘I’m open to your ideas.’ Then we decided to remodel the entire first floor.”

Ready for a revamp

Eberle took the local interior designer’s ideas and ran with them, and she compares the big renovation reveal to something you’d see on a TV show. In one day, she says, Lewis brought in her whole team, hung photos, placed decorations, and set up a completely new, redone space. Eberle had the option of purchasing any new pieces she liked and returning the ones she didn’t.

The kitchen in Jennifer Eberle house in Glenmary that was built in 1999.
April 28, 2022

“I said, ‘I want to buy it all!’” Eberle recalled with a laugh. “(Lewis) just made it so easy. I own a business (and) I don’t have time to shop. … (I) was wowed. It was like I just (watched) an episode on HGTV.”

The original plan to give the house a fresh coat of paint led to updating doors and hardware, installing a new backsplash and cabinetry in the kitchen, completely redoing the main bedroom, reconfiguring the built-in entertainment center, converting a rarely used office into a large walk-in closet, and tearing up the old flooring.

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