MAY STREET REMODEL
This project was a full remodel including re-configuring the main level to create an open layout for the public spaces and re-designing of the master suite to include a walk-in-closet and master bathroom. The previous layout included a surplus of wasted space and a small kitchen that was closed off from the living and dining areas. We worked with Pinnacle Concepts for the build of this project, and by removing existing fireplace in the center of the three spaces (kitchen, dining, and living) we were able to open up the space and incorporate a kitchen ready for entertaining.
REVISED PLAN & LAYOUT
The clients desired to integrate the existing roof rafters and roof boards that we exposed during demolition. We created box beams around the rafters and painted the roof boards white highlight the seams and create a rustic look. We also worked with local metal fabricators Future Folk to create metal hinge straps that merry with the industrial dining chandelier and the black metal finishes on the wall sconces.
A seated nook near by to the entry was also created to invite guests in and to give a soft transition from the entry to the kitchen. We matched darker wood stain to the stain on the kitchen island to create a two-toned look throughout the public spaces.
Master bathroom was part of Phase 2 planning and will be added upon completion.
TEAM: Design, Planning, & Materials Selection: StruckSured / Project Management & General Contracting: Pinnacle Concepts / Plan Engineering: Klein & Associates / Cabinetry: Allen's Fine Woodworking / Materials: Paulson's / Florals: Molly Ryan Floral / Photographer: Katie Dessin Photography / Metal Fabricator: Future Folk Supply