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to the team. One of the most difficult parts of the remodel was pushing the wood exterior wall out by 4 feet for additional room. Although it's a little awkward, the post at the end of the island keeps the structure sturdy. When it came to materials, the team was careful to help the new blend seamlessly
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Historic Benton Park on McNair
town, the team chose updated light fixtures, mixing in some new with the old. “We find our buyers want a few contemporary touches in these older homes; we call this look historic glam,” Bulla says. For those who want a more historic look, these are easy details to change. (If you’re a stickler for history
floors. The team had to get crafty about mining boards to replace those that were beyond repair (for instance, boards that were under old radiators); they took them from the bathrooms, which now have tile floors.
that the team had to deal with. But by adding molding in different depths, they were able to create a beautiful focal point.A ceiling bump-out for the sofa and a few feet of floor area for the dining table made a huge difference in the space's functionality. "You don't always have to do big additions to
" The team only added a little square footage here (less than 12 square feet), but it made a huge difference in the layout and flow.Chandelier: Almost Infinity Duet, Hubbardton Forge; sink: Franke; faucet: GroheMore Kitchens of the Week:Clean Design and Amazing ViewsSimply Refined in MassachusettsA Fresh
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and his team faced a number of challenges. "Ours were numerous, from designing around beams in less-than-ideal locations, to existing structural imperfections, and from crooked walls to uneven stair treads," says the homeowner. He didn't let any of that stop him from realizing his vision. "If you have
says. The teams at Imbue Design and Sausage Space made several changes to the bathroom, tweaking the shower and bath areas to make the design more consistent with the rest of the home.
Eisner Design LLC
and his team at Eisner Design transformed a bare-bones basement into this open, light, and multi-purpose space. The family in Westchester, New York, wanted the space to include room for a home office, a gym, a bar/lounge, a guest bedroom, and a large play area. The design was more about taking away elements
and his team removed to open up the space.
Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson Ltd. Architects
and his team retained and exposed the existing interior timber floor joists that had been covered by plaster and drywall for more than a century. They also salvaged many of the wood joists in the basement and roof, turning them into new finished flooring planks, countertops, benches and ceiling treatments
, the team ripped down drywall to expose floor joists. They also reclaimed and repurposed wood joists from other areas of the house and created countertops, benches and ceiling treatments.
Bohemian Apartment Kitchen with Fabric Backsplash
and his team transformed what he describes as a staid kitchen into an invigorating space, by incorporating a Josef Frank fabric into the mix.The idea began when Black requested custom pillows covers made of the Josef Frank fabric. But after seeing the pattern, Stuart knew that the pillows couldn't hold
and his team thought way outside the box by pairing a Josef Hoffman fabric with this kitchen stove. "We encased the fabric in glass and used it as a backsplash," says Stuart. "We had never done it before. It just makes the kitchen in this already stunning original home that much more memorable."More:My
Sellwood Library House
transoms. The team also sourced vintage-style window hardware, like sash locks and stays. (Mitchell recommends sources like Rejuvenation and House of Antique Hardware.) The original Douglas fir floors were in bad shape but were restored and repaired; boards that couldn't be salvaged were replaced with reclaimed
design team cleverly mixed pieces from different eras and made of different materials, including classic modern Hans Wegner Wishbone dining chairs, Cherner counter stools, a dining table made of wood reclaimed from a pipe organ, Tom Dixon Beat Pendant Lights and a walnut Ursuline Desk from Ligne Roset