Longtime homeowners sought to renovate their classic Summerhill home to suit their evolving lifestyles. With the move-out kids and casual entertainment requirement, the group floor has been fully renovated.
During the renovation, the home’s original circulation has been untangled and a open and flexible plan is created. A new raised ceiling in the living room provides abundant natural light while delineating the space from the rest of the floor.
Highly considered hardware and mill-work conceal the bric-a-brac of an intensely used kitchen, transforming utility into architectural expression. White oak, cold rolled steel, porcelain, and limestone come together to complete the space and tie all the spaces together. And a nice powder room is hidden between the stairs and pantry.
Designed by: VFA Architecture + Design