Connecticut Remodel

The Mission: Initially, Warren Architecture was simply asked to design a mudroom, carving it out of a corner of the Garage. But the results wowed, and Warren was then asked to evaluate the whole first floor. Could a design be created for the entire first floor level that would allow an easy and beautiful flow from space to space?

The Solution: The kitchen became the central space, while the other spaces orbited about it.
Mudroom
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Photo by Maggie Cole Architectural Photography. Carved from the corner of the existing garage, the space became a practical, well-organized Mudroom. Thanks to the bright, bold color scheme, plenty of natural light, and a bench that is also a window seat, this Mudroom is a place to hang out as well as hang up.
“Favorite mudroom” — shellhesla
Kitchen Renovation
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Photo by Maggie Cole Architectural Photography. Natural materials and glass block play off the industrial nature of the stainless steel appliances to create this exciting, yet functional Kitchen.
“Cabinet color and style and hood style” — allyterry
Kitchen Renovation
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Photo by Maggie Cole Architectural Photography. View of the Kitchen looking toward the cooking area.
“glass in the cabinets” — wannermlake
Kitchen and Dining Room
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Photo by Maggie Cole Architectural Photography. View looking across the Kitchen island into the adjacent Dining Room. Glass block is used to create vertical columns to define the different rooms, while allowing the spaces to flow and interact. A new cast stone mantle surrounds and enhances the Dining Room gas fireplace.
“glass block” — juliemqd
Connecticut Remodel
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Photo by Maggie Cole Architectural Photography. The view from the Family Room into the Living Room is framed by glass block panels.
Entry
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Photo by Maggie Cole Architectural Photography. Glass block is used as a design feature, here as the sidelight for the new wood Entry door.
“front door” — maryschanzer
Sunroom
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Photo by Maggie Cole Architectural Photography. The roof-line of the Sunroom flows into the existing house, while the mahogany of the interior floor continues outside as the decking.
“patio!” — lexifitzpatrick
Sunroom
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Photo by Maggie Cole Architectural Photography. Large arched windows and a vaulted ceiling allow sunlight to stream into this Sunroom, bathing the space with light.
“Sunroom #1” — laurenpaquette400
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