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To improve space planning and traffic flow. The entire second level was to be reconfigured with all new interior partitions and windows. “Ceiling beams were raised to help open up the space,” said Mike Gilman of Lee Gilman Builders, “which helped to create opportunities to add windows for better Baldy views.”
The first floor was updated with all new finishes to coordinate with the extensive upstairs remodel. The open carport was redesigned into an office/shop with a shared bath and separate entrance to accommodate additional space needs and working from home.
An awkward floor plan was updated to modern living standards to accommodate this growing family’s needs. All new cabinetry, plumbing, appliances and interior finishes updated the home and improved the future resale value. Raising interior beams and working with the interior designer to reconfigure the interior walls helped create an open floor plan with great views and better flow.
A clean cottage look updated the style, and a palette of neutral finishes brightened the home. A whimsical feel is achieved by the choice of bold colored draperies and accents in other areas.
Contractor: Lee Gilman Builders, Incorporated
Interior Designer: Jennifer Hoey Interior Design
Architect: Andrew K. Bick, Inc., AIA
IN THE HOME
European Marble and Granite provided the Carurra Marble for the baking station and gray quartzite for the countertops, while custom cabinetry by Ben Gilman and AKDO clear glass tile complete the fresh clean look. Island stools from Sundance and Hudson Valley pendant lights add unique touches. The home office is organized and simple, modernized with Flor carpet tiles and a custom cabinet configuration designed to complement work styles and provide copious storage.