Here is the final phase of renovations on this home that we first renovated for a good friend 8 or 9 years ago. We were super excited to get the chance to help them finish up their home. Previously, we had tackled the kitchen and living areas, yet this phase had us updating the cabinetry and finishes in the rest of the home. While we updated doors, trim, and paint throughout, the main areas of focus included reconfiguring the primary bathroom, with an expansion of the closet, adding heated flooring and a sauna, refreshing the other full bath on the main floor, and finishing out the basement with a kitchenette, bar, and built-ins. Our clients worked with Amy Sweet on the design and finishes and we were really excited to bring their vision to life.
Our clients reached out to us wanting to update their family home in Hoosier Acres. The scope of this project included major interior and exterior work. The design focus outside was to create a new generous porch while more seamlessly connecting the house with the existing backyard pool, and also creating extra space to entertain on multiple decks. The interior work consisted of two new bathrooms, built-in casework for the primary bedroom closets, and new carpeted stairs and doors that lead down to the basement.
We were excited and honored when our good friends reached out to us for help renovating their newly purchased home. This home, previously owned by their mother, needed some updating and they wanted to add their own personality to the space. With design help from Stoll’s Woodworking and Whimsey Interiors, we were able to create a clean, beautiful, and contemporary space that still honored the colonial style of the original salt-box home. Numerous updates were done, including a completely new kitchen and main floor bathroom and laundry room. Some extra special elements were added, such as a herringbone accent wall in the living room, a reclaimed barn beam over the fireplace, and a hidden door entry into the laundry from the kitchen. All of these updates helped make the space work for this next generation in the family home.
We were contacted by these clients to remodel their kitchen on the Northeast side of town. Typical of the era, darker finishes, combined with a small patio door to the west end deck, further reflected a kitchen, not in scale or functional with the rest of the large home. The design solution was to expand into the previous dining space and put a focus on culinary, organization, and family collaboration; around a large central island flanked by a second sink, further serving to encourage family meal preparation and socializing. With floating shelves, glass backsplash, and seamless appliance planning and integration, the new kitchen is now more functional and updated.
We created an outdoor kitchen space for our current client’s mother at this home a few years ago. This spring our architects, Ernesto and Tucker, were asked to design a screened room addition. We explored a few different options and locations for the screen porch before landing on the final design, in which we extended an existing gable bump out with a cedar post and beam approach. With both of our clients working from home, as well as home-schooling, this renovation allowed for some much-needed flex space for their various work and school needs, as well as potential guest space, when needed.