Small Addition / Big Improvement

PBA was brought in to solve many issues throughout the first floor of this home, the most pressing of which was to create a larger and more functional kitchen. After examining several options, the decision was made to create a narrow addition to the side of the house which allowed the design to meet all of the clients objectives. The floor plan was also opened up to allow for entertaining, and a long corridor was enhanced with trim-work to visually break up the length of the corridor, including the creation of a focal point wall at the end of the corridor. Other renovations included a new mud room, and a guest bathroom and awkwardly proportioned music room were completely reconfigured to create a formal powder room, a significantly improved guest bathroom, and a more intimate music room / sitting room.
Photographer: Anne Gummerson

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joyone added this to Kitchen, sitting room, dining area16 November 2013

bookcases, but no fireplace along north wall?

daisila added this to main living24 October 2013

built ins: I like the cabinets underneath and that they are deeper than the shelves above. Want something with glass doors too...i think.

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