Antique Home Addition

Old homes need good caretakers. With time, everything needs freshening up and to maintain modern livability, a renovation or addition is sometimes in order. We were very excited when our clients moved into just that sort of home. In addition to restoring parts of the home, we renovated and added, always in keeping with the original.
Now the home works for the new owners and their lifestyle, but still fits well in the historic neighborhood.
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“Fence 3” — davederose
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks308
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“Pool” — wrigley9395
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Ideabooks9,404
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“Distressed look of the cabinets” — racheld2009
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks7,878
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“sage green with wood” — Joshua-Trisha Wiatt
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks2,486
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“ok with the height of the chair rail.” — dfor
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks2,098
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“Colors” — paskew
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Ideabooks1,036
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“Po ch” — gail71752
Crisp Architects
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“Colors in kitchen” — brensanta
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks2,513
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“like the hanging pans above the stove.” — blessed1003444
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks1,426
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“like that the backsplash is different over stove” — lookingforhouse
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks548
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“Cabinet stain” — wadsworth86
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks1,435
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“Simple” — beauty1831
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks2,408
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“interesting... must be in front of table” — kamiholt
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks669
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“These tiles are from Walker Zanger. 2 x 6 Crackle Glaze...from the Grammercy Park collection.” — mweiner2
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks416
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“wood stain” — loveyakk
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks2,191
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“table” — rickstuts
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks3,810
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“counter top is creme marfil” — nasmoore
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks696
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“Looks like a mirror with medicine cabinet embedded?” — debgeff
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks1,004
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“Love the colors. Cream vanity top. Chandelier, crystal sconce.” — alyshabrooke
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks2,660
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“Countertop” — Charlene Jones
Crisp Architects
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“Granite” — wadsworth86
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks308
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“window” — leighleigh17
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks928
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“bath” — pamcleckler
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks2,341
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Addition to period home in Connecticut. Photographer: Rob Karosis
“Mantle protrusion-colors used” — annette987
Antique Home Addition
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“Like the windows and how TV concealed” — jimhip
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