A Reconfigured Former Hall Bath plus French Doors to a New Patio Create a light-Filled Master Suite.
An attic bedroom returns a higher value than almost any other remodeling investment. Here are some ideas for planning your new attic get-away.
We created abundant master bedroom storage without appreciably making the room any smaller – in fact, the room actually feels larger!
My client owns a typical 1950’s post-war construction brick 3-bedroom ranch house — it’s ubiquitous throughout the east. Here are 3 options presented during the conceptual design phase for remodeling the home for indoor/outdoor, modern living.
My client’s wish list for a remodeled master suite in the upper Northwest Washington, DC neighborhood of the Palisades included an enlarged bath and dressing area and bumping up the ceiling to create a tray ceiling.
Like many baths from the 1950’s and before, the original bath was quite small. This is the story of a restful yet energizing modern bath — a remodel of a classic pink and black 1950’s bath.
Built in 1903, this vernacular farmhouse had small rooms, limited closets, and poor flow. The owners wanted a luxurious master suite without increasing the footprint of the house. We consolidated two small bedrooms into a spacious master bedroom.
This article is about carving out a comfortable and luxurious master suite in a 1920’s home within the existing footprint. We converted 2 bedrooms and a closet-sized bath into a new Master Suite — see the before and after floor plans.