Eclectic Renovation

This 1920's home underwent a major renovation. We replaced most of the damaged sunroom, added a new front entry and renovated the mudroom entry, swapped the kitchen with the dining room, replaced the floors and the fireplace faces, added new French doors and sidelites across the back of the house, and renovated the master suite.
New Front Entry
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This house didn't really have a front door before. We added a wide new entryway. The view is into the newly renovated dining room. Photo: Jeffrey Totaro
New Dining Area
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This was once a kitchen with only a small window. We added generous French doors leading to the back yard, and turned the small pantry into a butler's pantry (left of photo). Antique columns and the blue custom cabinets frame the transition from the new front door to the dining room. Walls are Benjamin Moore Santorini Blue. Photo: Jeffrey Totaro
“colorful chests” — hjferguson
Relocated Kitchen
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The kitchen was moved to the old dining room location in the center of the home. Generous French doors make it bright and inviting. Custom cabinetry includes a distressed-finish maple island. Backsplash is copper; counters are Rainforest granite. Island counter is soapstone. Cabinets are Benjamin Moore Kittery Green. Photo: Jeffrey Totaro
“island size” — caroleppk
Rear Window(s)
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We refinished the original wrought iron balconies, adding new French doors and sidelites. Photo: Jeffrey Totaro
“ditribution” — jaimeurruela
Sunroom Office
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This is the second floor of a two-story sunroom we rebuilt, with all new windows and flooring. It makes a sunny home office space in the treetops. Photo: Jeffrey Totaro
“Windows” — rkirkeby
Sunroom Exterior
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The existing two-story sunroom needed to be almost entirely rebuilt. Old single-pane windows were replaced with insulated windows. Photo: Jeffrey Totaro
“Elevation” — kellbellem
Master Bedroom
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The master bedroom has new French doors overlooking the garden, and opens onto the sunny home office. Photo: Jeffrey Totaro
“bedspread” — Deborah Lofton
Dressing Room
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The dressing area off the master bedroom now has plenty of custom closet space. Photo: Jeffrey Totaro
“Closet Doors” — Jennifer Lombardi
Bathroom Vanity view 1
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This gracious old bathroom had no storage and a quirky layout. We designed a custom vanity to fit the space and the style of the room. Countertop is honed marble. Photo: Wendy Concannon
“Marble floor” — susanejohntz
Bathroom Vanity view 2
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Another view of the master bath vanity. Photo: Wendy Concannon
“Guest bath what about narrow cabinet with glass doors?” — mamabearjd
Living Room
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New hardwood floors, lighting, and fireplace surround in the living room. Photo: Jeffrey Totaro
“Table” — mentz99
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