Built in the 1920’s, the homeowners sought to add additional living space that would seamlessly blend with the existing historic architecture. They began working with Normandy Designer Vince Weber to create plans for their newly remodeled home. “The homeowners wanted to ensure that the charm was not diminished with the addition and that the whole house would blend seamlessly once completed,” says Vince.
One of the family’s requests was to enlarge the kitchen to create a multi-functional space that would allow for better cooking functionality, eating, entertaining & doing homework. The family also wanted an informal gathering area connected to the kitchen, but still defined as a separate room.
Vince Weber understood that the success of the project is in the details. “In addition to feeling proportionate, these new spaces needed to mimic the details of the existing home that included dark stained millwork, rich hardwood floors, & antique light fixtures,” says Vince.
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