Raleigh Whole House & Addition

A traditional 1926 cottage was transformed into a stunning, contemporary home.  The focal point from both inside and out is a 3-story floating wood and stainless staircase, showcased by oversized windows and dramatic lighting.  Walnut cabinetry with a distinct stain and natural slab surfaces offset the metals used throughout – Including at the interior and exterior of the fireplace.  Reclaimed wood floors pay homage to the industrial area the home is situated in.

In designing this home restrictions set forth by the building department were key.  For instance, in order for the project to be considered a remodel the existing 8’ tall perimeter walls had to remain in place.  The homeowners desperately wanted 9’ tall ceilings, so with crafty engineering and framing, we were able to embellish the existing wall framing to achieve the added height.

Clearstory windows allow much-needed light into the spaces and creates the illusion of spaciousness while maintaining wall areas for key furnishings and artwork.  Every inch of space maximizes storage throughout the 2,600 square foot home.

A cabinet for shoe storage immediately inside the front door also serves as a key component at the staircase and provides a platform to highlight sculptural artwork.  Unique products and details, such as a metal link shower curtain and custom built-in guest beds with strategically placed outlets and horizontal surfaces to allow for electronics to be close at hand, elevate this home to the next level.

Before & After

A dated home with a worn out exterior and roofAn exterior luxury home remodel

A narrow outdated kitchen with dim lightingA newly remodeled kitchen with dark brown cabinets and silver fixtures

An outdated white washed fireplace in a living roomA luxury family room featuring modern furniture, artwork and a newly remodeled fireplace

An outdated staircase with worn out carpetingNewly remodeled staircase featuring wooden steps and chrome railing

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