With unlimited potential and abundant space, the homeowners wanted to both utilize the unfinished areas of the home and to customize the existing spaces to optimize function and to create a more cohesive aesthetic.
At an existing 2,800 sq. ft., the home had both an unfinished basement and a working, unfinished space above the garage that our designers knew could be utilized to accommodate our client's wish for more customized private spaces for their family.
In addition, our clients wanted a more customized look and feel to the existing spaces that would be more in line with their discerning aesthetic. A desire to create design features that would provide opportunities for storage and to display beloved art and sculpture was on their wish list.
Finally they were looking for cohesive plan to tie both existing and new spaces seamlessly.
Their wish list included:
By adding a private primary suite in the existing unfinished space above the garage and finishing the basement with an office/craft room, laundry room with a butler's pantry, and an entertainment hub, this home took full advantage of every square inch on this home. Updates throughout the other areas of the home added the function and desired aesthetic our client's were looking for.
Now nearly 4,200 finished sq. ft., this whole house remodel does a lot more with less - energy efficient upgrades in addition to changes at the core of the home, making each space comfortable and healthy to live in. What was a blank canvas at this Water Hill Wonder is now a beautiful home that our clients love.