Closed off floor plan is opened up and updated.
This 1920’s home had small separated rooms with outdated and worn materials. An innovative design was required to maximize the existing space and make it shine.
Modern Features combine with classical style
In order to open up the main level, the dining room ceiling was raised and the adjacent stair case was opened up. A wall separating the kitchen and dining room was removed to create space for a raised island with an overhead arch. One of the arch columns contained the rerouted plumbing and electrical lines with the other created a load bearing point for the new ceiling. To further enhance the classic feel of the home, the east kitchen was thickened for more architectural depth, a hand hammered copper farmhouse sink was installed along with a beautiful AGA Range.