4301 Re_Model

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PROJECT TYPE:

Single Family Residential | Remodel

LOCATION:

Lincoln, Nebraska

SIZE:

4,800 SF

YEAR:

2006

Existing family room roof was removed and replaced with clerestory windows to maximize natural light.

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Before

Before

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The kitchen, den and family room were all combined to create a fluid and open space.  New maple floors and cabinets with light stain add warmth but keep the spaces bright and simple.  A maple dividing partition can slide into the dining space to provide a separation from kitchen activities if required

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After

The stone hearth remained the core of the home.  Large maple windows opened the Living Room.

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The narrow existing bathroom was re-imagined with an open shower, cast concrete counters and soft maple cabinets to maintain continuity.

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The master bath was carved out of an exiting small bedroom that was moved to the basement.  The walk-in closet is tucked behind the one way vanity mirror allowing natural light to filter into the closet area.

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Custom, laser-cut stainless steel railing with maple handrail.

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