Lexington, MA

Clients called wanting a larger, more open kitchen – is the way many home reno stories begin. Two years later the clients have their kitchen, a 3-season sun room and a house that has almost doubled in size! Their existing home had limited architectural features, dark, isolated rooms with small windows. The spaces had no visual connection to each other, nor sunlight, nor views of their extraordinary property. An architect helped the homeowners realize the house’s full potential.

We proposed a two-story addition off the existing kitchen to widen and expand the kitchen floor plan for a banquette dining area The new layout allowed for the front entry hall, dining room, study and powder room to be open with circulation flow, light and a visual connection to the all the first floor spaces.

The addition created space for a master bathroom and a new dressing room connected to the existing master bedroom. The master bathroom now has a large steam shower, a custom-designed, double-sink vanity, extraordinary tile, and a sculptural soaking tub.

Featured in: Northshore Home, Winter 2019

In collaboration with: Pomeroy Interiors, RBA Arechitecture, Inc, Eric Roth photography