This couple invested in the bigger picture – they wanted to honor the bones of where it began and bring it to an honest place in the modern world.
The entire home was reimagined. It was reorganized to establish a logical and natural flow of space. Due to all of the additions, a distinct style had disappeared. Cues were taken from its farmhouse roots and then layered with a Norwegian-inspired modern sensibility.
A classic subway tile backsplash is a nod to the farmhouse style but applied in a modern proportion. This is just one example of how this remodel helps the past thoughtfully meet the present.
The kitchen highlights the elevated aesthetic. The bright white, light-filled space features an island with a maple butcherblock countertop. The waterfall edge and finger-jointed corner details are thoughtful yet subtle details that make the space unique.
A purest palette with simple, clean materials unifies the interior. From phase to phase, stained white oak floors and cabinets maintain a cohesive décor.
A dramatic storage wall brings form and function to the dining room. A combination of closed and open storage provides display space for dining ambiance while keeping all the family necessities out of sight but close at hand.
The redesign included the addition of an enviable primary suite.
The spa-like bathroom features a soothing selection of porcelain tile for the floor and walls, a large double vanity, and a skylight to infuse the space with natural light.
This is an example of how the design process can help a home grow in the right ways.
Over the course of the master planning and phased construction, this couple grew their family—and this house supported their growth every step of the way. Now it is the perfect home for their family of four.