New home built for three generations
Written by: Amy Howell Hirt
The mother-in-law suite has become a common addition to new and existing homes, allowing multiple generations to live under one roof. It’s not so common, perhaps, for the son-in-law to suggest the arrangement, or for the trio to build a custom home that not only merges two households but also welcomes family far and near. “It’s a family home, so everyone should feel like they belong here, even if they visit from India,” says Jesal.
Resources: Architect: Perry Bush Residential Designs; Builder: Bernie Kurlemann, Classic Living Homes; Interior designer: Constance Foster, Designworks Studio; Landscape designer: Natorp’s; Lighting in entry, breakfast and island: Elegant Lighting from CLC Lighting Design; Paint: Sherwin-Williams; Wall treatments: Murano Glass by Innnovations; Flooring: Porcelain tiles from India and China installed by Northeast Ceramic Tile; Carpet in bedroom: Tapiceri from Atlas Carpet Mills; Wallcovering: Pompeii from Koroseal; Window treatments: Hunter Douglas, Blinds Plus; Windows: JeldWen, McCabe Lumber; Doors: Interior from Cox Interior; Exterior from J.B. Sales; KITCHEN: Cabinetry: Eclipse and custom, J&N Distribution and Design; Countertops: Quartz from India, installed by Take It For Granite; Backsplash: Porcelain tiles from India; Sinks: Mirabelle, Ferguson; Faucet: Moen, Ferguson; Bosch dishwashers; KitchenAid induction and GE gas cooktop; Electrolux refrigerator; KitchenAid oven all from Custom Distributors; BATHROOM: Cabinetry: Eclipse, J&N Distribution and Design; Countertop: India; Kohler sink and tub and Delta faucets all from Ferguson
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