Timberlane Farm

This project involved extensive overall interior and exterior remodeling and renovation of the main house, including custom design of cabinetry, paneling, furniture, and accessory items such as the kitchen dresser and wrought iron pot rack. Three small, outdated spaces functioning as a galley, kitchen, pantry, and servant's room were combined to create a new kitchen/ family living area. Two glass conservatories added in the 1970s were remolded to serve as a breakfast room and an office, with new architecturally appropriate interior woodwork and finishes.

Large unfinished and inaccessible attic spaces were converted into two guest suites with a new private stair. New "his and her" master bathrooms and closets were created from existing, obsolete storage spaces.

Outside, a new swimming pool and pool pavilion complex, evocative of the original Georgian Revival architecture, were added. All mechanical and bath facilities here were placed beneath the pavilion to allow for 360-degree openness and exposure to light, air, and views. The pavilion is positioned flush with the coping of the pool, allowing access into the water via steps directly out of the pavilion. Overall, great care was taken to assure that the design of all new work was seamless with and respectful of the architecture of the house.
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