Mid Century Home Remodel

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3. Honor the Architectural StyleStone recommends taking cues from your home’s architectural features. “I call this honoring the house,” she says. “Your home has a style that can guide you. You don’t have to adhere to it 100 percent, but you also don’t want to wipe it out completely.”Such was the case with this Memorial midcentury home. “My clients loved the style and didn’t want to tear it down,” Stone says. She installed a large wooden volume to create the feeling of an entry, separating the space from the lofty main living area. “Dramatic entry elements are very common in midcentury style,” she says.See more of this projectMore: For more information on Chandra Stone and examples of her work, visit her Houzz profile. This story was written by the Houzz Sponsored Content team.

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