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Feinmann, Inc.
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Work and Play Space
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The door on the street-end, by the driveway, features a new glass door with an oversized transom window and sidelight windows. The tile floor, bench and wall rack make the breezeway into a functional mudroom. Photo by Eric Roth
Feinmann, Inc.
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Work and Play Space
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The connection between the new garage and library above and the rest of the home. The hallway runs front to back with a door to the back deck and stairs to the backyard. The wood platform sits between the house and the new staircase to the library and delineates the tiled space in the breezeway/entryway which serves as a gracious mudroom. Eric Roth
Feinmann, Inc.
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Masculine Retreat
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The homeowner had no interest in a bathrub in the space, and instead asked Feinmann to create a generous shower with all the "bells and whistles," including built-in speakers, a rain showerhead, hand-held shower spray, four body sprays, a steam generator and heated-built-in seating. Photo by John Horner
Feinmann, Inc.
14 Reviews
Masculine Retreat
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Because the master bath was in a home designated with historic preservation, Feinmann could not modify the exterior in any way that was not consistent with appropriate period detail. Limited natural light was augmented with recessed lighting, decorative wall scones and accent lights in the shower. The ceiling was raised from 6'10" to 9' in the center and painted white to give ...More
Feinmann, Inc.
14 Reviews
Masculine Retreat
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Spacious master bath features a rough hewn ashlar stone wall, cream-colored stone vanity top, double vessel sinks and sconces as well as recessed lighting. Photo by John Horner
Feinmann, Inc.
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Victorian Re-Envisioned
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By wrapping the porch around the house, pushing out the existing walls to create an enclosed living area within the extended porch element and renovating the interior to increase the amount of usable space and add flow to cramp rooms, Feinmann accomplished all of those goals while bringing a great deal of light into the space. Photo by John Horner
Feinmann, Inc.
14 Reviews
Victorian Re-Envisioned
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The reconfigured first floor provided the home owners with more usable floor space and opened up the living room and dining room. Photo by John Horner
Feinmann, Inc.
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Strong Family Ties to the Kitchen
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The new opening from the kitchen to the family room improves the circulation on the first floor of the home. The glass shelves and pass through window reinforce the connection between the kitchen and family room.
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