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An historic home gets a modern update, all while keeping its historical integrity intact
The centerpiece of this recently remodeled kitchen is the multi-use quartzite island that has seating space for eating, homework and food prep.
The backsplash behind the stove adds elegance to this kitchen, which is now both beautiful and functional.
This formal living room was one of the first spaces to be transformed during a whole-house remodel. Double sets of French doors lead to a generously sized screened-in porch.
Track lighting was removed and replaced by recessed can lighting and eye-catching pendants over the island.
By reworking some second floor bedroom space, this couple gained a laundry room large enough to accommodate rolling hampers for each child, a washer and dryer, closets, hanging racks and a folding table.
Carpeted stairs and an unremarkable banister were replaced with rich walnut steps and a custom turned walnut newel post.
Wishing to lighten up their kitchen, these owners made sure to include a bay window in their remodeling plans.
A small wine rack sits on the far side of this kitchen, nestled snugly in a location that's easily accessed from both the kitchen and the family room.
This charming powder room was carved out of a space that used to house the kitchen. The wallpaper adds a little excitement to the area with its dizzying elegance.
Detailed molding and wainscoting add elegant touches to the front entry. A new, custom, turned walnut newel post accents the beginning of the staircase.
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