O'Connor - Two-Story Renovation
Previously renovated with a two-story addition in the 80’s, the home’s square footage had been increased, but the current homeowners struggled to integrate the old with the new.
An oversized fireplace and awkward jogged walls added to the challenges on the main floor, along with dated finishes. While on the second floor, a poorly configured layout was not functional for this expanding family.
From the front entrance, we can see the fireplace was removed between the living room and dining rooms, creating greater sight lines and allowing for more traditional archways between rooms.
At the back of the home, we created a new mudroom area, and updated the kitchen with custom two-tone millwork, countertops and finishes. These main floor changes work together to create a home more reflective of the homeowners’ tastes.
On the second floor, the master suite was relocated and now features a beautiful custom ensuite, walk-in closet and convenient adjacency to the new laundry room.
Gordon King Photography
Lo que dicen los usuarios:
Random thoughts ... (yes, I picked this Amsted project on purpose) Wood base cabinets but MDF / thermafoil on top? Base cabinet take more of a beating ... Mix of flat panel and shaker-ish doors. Top flat / bottom shaker? Chrome / nickel hardware. Long style pulls. The more I look,the more I think I am looking for a darker floor. What about a stainless apron sink? Double