In love with their neighbourhood as much as the bones of their family home, flow is the focus for this mid-century modern main floor renovation which sees rooms flipped on the floor plan, walls removed, staircase redesigned and windows enlarged ~ all to create the illusion of more space with a magnificent airiness and design aesthetic.
With every inch of the original 1980s bathroom gone and plumbing repositioned as needed, this beautiful and built-from-the-studs-up new bathroom is flexible enough to be used by visiting guests and grown-up children alike with an elevated sense of whimsy and playfulness… and lots of essential storage, to boot!
A heritage home ready to rock, the unfinished basement transformation takes shape in the form of a sophisticated and sound proof music studio complete with a guitar collection gallery fit for the retired homeowner’s band’s jam sessions, custom built-ins in the family room, laundry facilities, a full bathroom, home office and lots of storage, too.
Inspired by Albert Hadley’s famous red library, custom designed furniture sets the special and bespoke tone for this award-winning playroom turned-office and library transformation which enlists a bold dose of colour to create warmth together with its cathedral ceiling, articulated sconces and cosy fireplace.
Ready for their next stage in life with dreams of a right-sized main floor renovation, the homeowners welcome an all-encompassing plan complete with significant structural work, wall removal and an impressive addition resulting in a contemporary, open-concept space with a million dollar view from the kitchen – the heart of this home.
Embodying function and beauty done perfectly resulting in a national design award, this reimagined kitchen design is inspired by the homeowners antique grey and yellow china and ticks each and every box from footprint, flooring and fixturing to plumbing, pantry and cabinet plus the all-important visual separation of zones while bringing the outdoors in.