Carriage House Renovation

We gave this former carriage house better flow and a more spacious feel by opening up tiny rooms, creating a dramatic atrium-like entryway, and adding shed dormers to create more room upstairs.
Sunny bathroom
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Adding a dormer created room for a soaking tub. Heated towel bars keep the bathroom toasty. Photo: Jeffrey Totaro
“tub windows” — kellymck1961
New staircase
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Opening up the entryway and adding a new open staircase made a small space seem much larger. Sliding blue barn door hides the second floor laundry room. Photo: Jeffrey Totaro
“Similar to house” — Mykel Morgan
Library wall
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At one end of a large living room in this 19th century renovated carriage house, a bookshelf wall helps define and organize a cozy office space.
“TIMBER & WROUGHT IRON” — eandh
New entry way
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A new dormer window and front door with sidelites help brighten the interior of this renovated carriage house.
“backdoor awning” — Caroline Machnicki-Reiter
Expanded bedroom
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A small room under the rafters gained space with the addition of dormers along either side of the steep roof.
“Tout simple sous les combles” — marielouis108
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