Woodhill

Whole house renovation and addition, completed 2011. Design by Rock Paper Hammer, construction by Bradford T. Newhall Construction.

“Young, fun, and modern” was the design direction we were given by the new owner of this federal style home. A 315 sf addition provides an expanded Kitchen, Laundry Room, and a new side entry porch. The small scale and clean lines of the addition respect the traditional detailing of the existing house, while hinting at the surprises one will find inside. Walls separating the Kitchen, Dining, and Living Rooms were removed and these now share one dramatic light-filled space. Thirty lineal feet of built-in bookshelves double as a walk-through divider between the hallway and living space. A tight closet and bathroom were combined to make a spacious master bathroom retreat. While still firmly planted in its traditional roots, the house has been transformed into a stylish, bright, and functional haven for the family that lives there

Photographs by Andrew Hyslop.
Others who worked on this project: Door Store and Windows
Kitchen and Family Room
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“Blue backsplash” — mklom10
Kitchen
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Photo by Andrew Hyslop
“Mesa desayunador.” — ricardoscri
Kitchen French Doors
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Andrew Hyslop
“gorgeous doors (obviously would need only one)” — jbepreynolds
Baking Center
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“Make stations....like I have at 113” — prisdavis
Kitchen French Doors - Closed
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Andrew Hyslop
“Love the doors, back wall of kitchen” — Holly Brownell
Kitchen French Doors - Open
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Andrew Hyslop
“Open doors to outdoor table” — mgj4918
Laundry Room
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“Salle lavage” — Marie-pier N.l
Bedroom Built-Ins
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“Paint” — Jennifer Holmes McCullum
Pedestal Tub
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Marlborough Tub by Victoria + Albert
“Great tub” — ymgarrett
Master Bathroom
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“Natural cream bm” — nataly_t23
Bookshelves
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“me gustaria que las puertas entre covina-comedor-estar tuvieran puertas asi de anchas que se pudiera” — Betty Travieso
White Attic Playroom
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Two of the childrens' bedrooms had existing unused attic spaces adjacent. We added a round window to the end wall in both, and finished out the spaces to be secret pint-sized playrooms. A custom daybed and built in drawers and shelves create a boat-like feel that is a perfect child's haven. Photo by Andrew Hyslop
“cool” — Kimberly Rios
Pink Attic Playroom
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Photo by Andrew Hyslop
“Attic space” — cdonleyc
Pink Attic Playroom
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Photo by Andrew Hyslop
“PINK” — Stacey Crum
Back - After
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New covered porch along south side and Kitchen/Mudroom addition at right. Photo by Andrew Hyslop
“pretty back. Kitchen/mudroom addition back” — edmarmam
Back - Before
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This photo shows the existing enclosed porch that we took off the back of the house, and replaced with an 8' deep covered porch that runs along the entire wall. Emily Fisher
“Living in a box. Cool ideas with the own photos” — littlehalem
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