Reclaimed Glamthe details:
Marvista embarked on this whole home renovation project to modernize yet preserve the home’s architectural beauty. Our client’s fell in love with the structure’s stone facade and medieval stained glass windows, but the primary suite was small and the kitchen was not suitable for modern day living. Eliminating existing walls and revising the space planning was a key aspect of this project. We implemented rustic beams and dramatic pops of color to accent the original stone and wrought iron elements. The project included all new windows, refinished hardwood floors, mechanical upgrades, and full renovations to the kitchen, bathrooms, and 2ndfloor fireplaces tile work.Features & Challenges of the Project:
Removing the existing kitchen / butler’s pantry walls and reconfiguring the kitchen opened up the space and provided enough room for an island with beautiful waterfall quartz legs.
We eliminated a bedroom on the 2nd floor to provide homeowners with a primary suite that included a tub / shower wet room featuring exaggerated veining marble look porcelain, custom vanity, private toilet room, laundry access, and updated closet spaces.
It was important that we preserved the original architectural details while updating the style of the home. We were inspired by the saturated colors of the home’s stained glass windows and created warmth through all new recessed lighting and the interior finishes.
- Custom cabinetry with Shaker door style, dark stain on Maple and painted finish
- Cambria Countertop
- Satin Brass hardware and plumbing fixtures
- New decorative lighting fixtures throughout
- New recessed lighting throughout
- Marvin windows to match original
- Custom vanity in Primary Bathroom
- Wetroom (tub/shower) with Italian porcelain
- Finished hardwood flooring throughout
- Custom library ladder
- Marble Mosaics at second floor fireplaces
- Furniture by Marvista