YEAR BUILT: 1987
TYPE OF REMODEL: Kitchen/main level
Before: With a sunken living room, small dining room, compartmentalized kitchen, and outdated finishes, this 1987 abode was lacking a contemporary feel.
After: New Spaces created a modern, elevated look with significant reconfiguration of the existing space plan, an open-concept kitchen, updated powder bath, and expansive mudroom with abundant storage—enough for the homeowner’s collection of 127 pairs of shoes. New Spaces’ design team added function with high-performing, low- maintenance products such as fiberglass windows, sustainably harvested Brazilian oak engineered hardwoods, quartz countertops, and convection cooking technology. The design also features contemporary, frameless cabinetry solutions and a centrally located beverage bar, fit for even the most discerning sommelier or barista.
Must-See Features: Keep an eye out for the dramatic fireplace (boasting a specialty finish and texture), beam details, and the home’s grand main staircase with custom metal railings, overlooking a two-story vaulted living room with a floating catwalk.