We opened up this 1930’s brick semi-detached home in Washington, DC. We turned the small cramped rooms into a light-filled, open-plan space that still retains intimacy and original details.
Tag: 1930’s home
This was an old 5ft x 7ft 1930’s bath. A previous remodel had enclosed an old sleeping porch. For this remodel, we changed the old window into a passageway and expanded the bath to include a large vanity, storage, and European-style wet room containing a shower and soaking tub.
This combined powder room, guest bath and laundry was a compromise for our client — as are so many remodeling choices. The combined space, though, actually succeeds graciously to fulfill all its functions.
Today we’re looking at remodeling a kitchen in a modest 1933 Colonial to make the house work for a professional couple that spends many of their weekends traveling.
See one approach to opening up a 1930’s Brick Cape. The clients want to take advantage of wonderful park-like views – opening their home to the back-yard. Also on their wish-list is opening the kitchen to the rest of the house and creating a study.