Bright Bungalow

This 1960’s Tudor home was brought back to dazzling life with a renovation and addition. The entrance of the home was relocated to what formerly was a parlor room to create a symmetrical front facade and add a covered front porch. The formal dining room was transformed into the living room with a new fireplace and the dining room was relocated into the space of the former breakfast nook. A two-story addition allowed for the repositioning of the kitchen to a more central and open location on the main floor. A hearth room with limestone fireplace surround was added off of the kitchen and the former location of the kitchen was transformed into a mudroom, wet bar, drop station and powder room. Where the old powder room once was now stands a walk-in pantry adjacent to the new kitchen. The primary suite was updated with minor layout changes and cosmetic updates and the home’s previous office space became a cozy nursery. The lower level has been updated and expanded to incorporate ample space for children and adults alike to lounge, read, entertain or play. Saturated colors, dynamic artwork and rich millwork details throughout give this stunning home a vibrant aesthetic that compliments the highly functional changes to the flow of this bright bungalow.

Architecture | Visbeen Architects
Interiors | DMC Design
Photography | Tippett Photography