Example of a mid-sized transitional slate floor hallway design in Grand Rapids with white walls

Warren - Traditional Infill

Transitional Hall, Grand Rapids

Building a new home in an old neighborhood can present many challenges for an architect. The Warren is a beautiful example of an exterior, which blends with the surrounding structures, while the floor plan takes advantage of the available space. A traditional façade, combining brick, shakes, and wood trim enables the design to fit well in any early 20th century borough. Copper accents and antique-inspired lanterns solidify the home’s vintage appeal. Despite the exterior throwback, the interior of the home offers the latest in amenities and layout. Spacious dining, kitchen and hearth areas open to a comfortable back patio on the main level, while the upstairs offers a luxurious master suite and three guests bedrooms.
Example of a mid-sized transitional slate floor hallway design in Grand Rapids with white walls - Houzz

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swanset wrote:January 26, 2016
  • swanset
    5 years ago
    Thank you so much for answering my question. Where did you get the material? The wire specifically? We are currently designing a dog kennel for our mudroom.
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    Visbeen Architects
    5 years ago

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