One of the main architectural features of this 1920’s built house is the lead light windows. The Owner’s brief was to improve the functionality and flow of the kitchen and to provide strong visual interest. The kitchen had an Eastern facing window above the sink bench through which the room receives lovely morning sun and light. The kitchen flows directly into the family room and connects with a formal dining room through double doors. The living room in this traditional 1920’s home is very long and our client’s wanted to improve both the functionality and the look of this room. A series of rounded shapes and forms have been used in this room to accent the shape of the circular bay window and offset the long rectangular shape of the overall room.
The finished design has created a more spacious, light filled spaces which fit seamlessly into this home. The homeowners feel that the renovation has transformed their home.
Services: Residential Renovation, Full Service Interior Design
Builder: 360 Project Management and Construction Consulting
Photography: Mark Scowen