Whole-house remodel and kitchen addition custom-made for elegant entertaining and overnight guests
This whole-house remodel of a mid-1970s home involved a full demolition of the interior, vaulting the ceiling in the center of the home, and a building a kitchen addition — which has pass-through windows to the spacious deck.
Though we preserved most of the shell of the house, we removed or replaced everything inside. The homeowners love to entertain and have house guests — so two bedroom suites were located at opposite ends of the home, to preserve privacy.
This renewed home is ready for fun and friends — visitors get tantalizing hints of the light and airy space from the front, and the whole space is revealed as they enter the home and see the deck and yard beyond. Unique finishes include LED lighting throughout, smart switches (for lighting & sound/music control), an illuminated onyx wall, and a glass guardrail. The classic bar features:
- A walnut arm rest along the counter
- Wine coolers
- Beer on tap
- Ice makers
- Glass rinser
- Espresso machines