Kitchen, Living Room, Dining Room, Powder Room, Den, Basement, Master Bedroom, Master Bath, Secondary Bedrooms, and Hall Bath
Transform a circa 1924 bungalow into a functional and modern backdrop for this busy young family, while retaining the original vintage charm of this home.
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- We wanted to create a family-friendly environment with no "off-limits" areas, by taking advantage of advances in performance textiles.
- At the same time, the design aesthetic needed to be sophisticated enough for this couple to entertain business associates.
- Originally, the house had small rooms, closed off with walls, a dysfunctional master bathroom (It featured a built-in bookcase next to the bathtub), and a dated kitchen that hadn't kept up with technology.
- The clients wanted to update the space with a fresh, open, and welcoming feel, without destroying the vintage charm of the house.
- Their furniture from a larger house needed to work in the new space.
- And finally, the clients requested a “badass chandelier” over their Dining Room table.