2020 National CotY Award Winner, Residential Historical Renovation/ Restoration Under $250,000
This 2,619 square foot historic home built in 1906 had an existing kitchen with a small and disjointed footprint, lacked flow, countertop workspace and storage. The existing formal dining room was mainly used for extra kitchen storage, a home office and space for the kids’ homework and crafts. Reconfiguration of the first floor layout included relocating the kitchen, adding a powder room and creating workspace and a mudhall off the back entrance. Attention to historic architectural details was important to the clients and is reflected in the design plan with finish selections. Original transoms, doors and trim were reused; and additional trim was replicated.