This Park Hill gem, built in 1935 in the Tudor Revival style, had been beautifully preserved by the previous owners. With original bathrooms and lighting intact, we felt an incredible responsibility to honor the home’s thoughtful details while bringing it into the 21st century.
Making the home’s layout work for a family of six was top priority, as was reimagining the bold color schemes in each bath, and adding some much needed storage.
With every remodel, our top priority is to make each space look & feel as if it had always been that way. In the kitchen, we opened up the West wall (with a period-appropriate pointed arch) to accommodate a four-person island for all the kids to gather round.
Custom quarter-sawn oak cabinetry was stained to match the existing woodwork, while a monumental, Tudor-inspired hood and beadboard paneling married the English Country style with the 1930s.
We touched nearly every room in this 5,000 sq ft home (phase II coming 2023), and each space is a tribute to this thoughtful pairing of design ideas. From recreating the original tile patterns with a restoration company, to salvaging the stamped-concrete fireplace surround, this project was a true labor of love and we are so grateful for our clients who put their trust in our vision.