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Cleveland Park Renovation

This central hall colonial in Cleveland Park had gone through a few renovations that left the house without a functioning foyer, an outdated primary bath and a second floor that didn't function well for a growing family.

The clients wanted to renovate the house to allow for everyday family functions including an eat-in kitchen, a re-thought foyer and mudroom space. The second floor also needed to be redesigned to allow for two children's bedrooms and new baths.

Some solutions were simple.  In the kitchen, an existing bay window was expanded only a few feet to create an eat-in banquette.  The foyer was brought back through a large threshold that provided a hidden closet on one side and a mudroom/cabinetry piece on the other.

Upstairs, things were a bit more complicated.  The light filled primary bedroom remained while the old single bedroom suite to the north was transformed into two bedrooms.  Meanwhile, a small nursery was transformed into a primary bath and guest bath.  Delicate planning allowed for a lot of function in a small space!

Custom cabinetry was used throughout with the color palate bringing in greens, brass, copper and walnut tones.


Interior Design: Zoë Feldman Design .

Contractor: Macon Construction .

Photography:  Stacy Zarin Goldberg Photography.

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