Spanish colonial revived
Bexley interior remodel pays careful attention to character
New windows, designed to coordinate with the 1920s-era home, are the focal point of the 417-square-foot addition that accommodates a breakfast spot. Dark-stained oak floors flow throughout the open-concept area.
Factory-made cabinetry is customized for double duty. In the foreground, a marble-topped divider provides definition for the spaces, while the entertainment unit hides HVAC mechanicals above the television and a coat closet, too.
A metal chandelier echoes the wrought-iron appointments that are a staple of the Spanish Colonial Revival style
A long kitchen island adds prep space and allows the chef of the day to interact with others while cooking.
This new open-concept kitchen design and family room allows the Carr family to spend their evenings and weekends together.
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