An old Victorian, the client wanted to open the house up into a spacious family home. We began with spacial planning, creating an architectural redesign by taking out cramped, unusable spaces and removing walls to open up the floor plan. The center fireplace remains and the original barge boards were re-purposed as panels in one of the baths. The master bath features a soaking tub, luxurious natural stone and a glamorous walk-in closet. A custom bar created by local artist Matthew Holdren and wallpaper by local artist Amanda Stone Talley lend local flavor, as do the custom cabinets by Cabinets by Design. Stafford Tiles created a dramatic backsplash, the focal point of the kitchen.
Henry Clay Ave