Updating a historic condominium to create an inviting space for living, working, and entertaining.
The client wanted to maximize the light-filled space and complement a few of the existing features of the unit including a large, contemporary piece of art and the galley-style kitchen.
Handmade copper, apron-front sink that picks up the hues found in the artwork in the adjacent space
Leathered Nacardo stone runs the full length of the wall behind the Italian stainless-steel hood, and complements the custom-made craftsman-style cabinetry
Custom crafted hall bench and storage replace a double-door closet at the rear entry of the home
The board and batten detail in the laundry room cleverly conceals the water shut-off valve and allowed for reorientation of the original placement of the washer and dryer set up, maximizing access and storage
A combination of cool grays, calacatta tile, pure white, quartz counter top, and polished and brushed chrome create a light-filled master bath