Adding on to the existing 1960s Dutch Colonial home to create an open-concept kitchen and family room.
Both clients grew up in rural settings and wanted to incorporate some industrial and farmhouse elements while maintaining some of the Williamsburg craftsmanship that was an integral part of the home’s original design. We incorporated these elements while creating a more modern, functional floorplan.
Created new master suite, two-and-half car garage, and reconfigured
existing spaces to create ensuite bedroom spaces for the two daughters.
Opening up the rear of the home to the existing structure using five-foot-wide entryways that create a center hall, three-floor staircase, and axis that join the old space to the new
Random-width, oak flooring, basketweave brick rear foyer entry
Repurposed antique glass doors to the pantry (originally the doors to the store-front windows at the Broad Street Miller & Rhoads department store)
Custom cabinetry featuring a mantel-style hood range