We took a tired, circa 1960’s house that had never been updated and completely remodeled the interior space by adding on a breakfast/great room addition out the back and creating a large master bedroom suite above the new addition. The exterior was updated to create an ‘estate’ look with custom millwork, a completely new entry porch was added, along with cement board siding and new dormers. Replaced all windows and doors throughout.
Opened up the first floor plan at the back of the house to accommodate an easy flow for entertaining large groups using all of the space consisting of the new kitchen, breakfast/family and great room areas. Created wide custom trimmed archways to separate the rooms, using columns and knee walls as room dividers, built-in bookcases and custom milled fireplace mantel. A grand spiral staircase was installed in the great room for easy access to the new full height, finished basement space created by the new addition.
Used a mix of materials throughout the interior space such as light and dark woods, natural stone, stained hardwood oak flooring, and metal finishes on the lighting fixtures. All of the bathrooms have been altered to create a different look and feel through the use of creative tile choices and patterns. The master bath, featured in the photo above, is all polished Crema Marfil combined with white Thassos and topped off with an elegant fabric shaded crystal trimmed chandelier hanging from the custom shaped and trimmed ceiling. The other bathrooms have been finished to create a ‘Tuscan’ feel through the use of more rustic natural stone and a ‘spa-like’ feel through the use of clean lined white and grey carrera marble.
All existing and altered bedrooms and bathrooms on the floor plan have been completely re-sheet rocked and new hardwood and/or tile floors installed. Extensive custom millwork was used throughout the entire house.