Large Family Addition
This family home needed more space for their growing family on a small parcel of land. We worked with their architect to expand over the garage to add a primary suite, kids’ bathroom, updated guest bathroom, and new mudroom. This tone-on-tone primary bathroom and shower with a custom bench and double shower heads is the serene spa-like master bathroom that our clients wanted. The bathroom is off the primary bedroom featuring a coiffured ceiling that provides architectural interest and frames the gorgeous chandelier. Not pictured is the expansive walk-in closet that spans the length of the room. Moving on the kids’ bathroom was designed to function now for three little boys, but to grow with them as well. Our inspiration point for the color palette was the beautiful glass tile used as a backsplash. We love the contrast between the white wainscotting and the navy wall. We chose three bug prints to add a pop of color because what boy doesn’t love a bug? Coordinating with the bathroom, the patriotic bedroom highlighted the boys’ favorite school subjects: Geography and History. We used the map on the wall as our inspiration piece for the room design. Red and navy were an easy choice for the color pallet! Across the hall, the guest bathroom features cool hues, a wood vanity, and a stone shower floor building a natural retreat for guests. The schnauzer watercolor was a fun way to incorporate the client’s personality into the room! Moving downstairs to the spaces that were touched by this addition, first an updated take on a traditional dining room. We worked with the client’s own antique dining table and chairs, reupholstering the seats to coordinate with our color scheme of red and gold. Finally, every home needs storage just inside the main entrance, and this mudroom provides a ton of storage while still being beautiful. Just ask Dora, the client’s Bernese Mountain Dog, and she agrees.