This split level home desperately needed an update to keep up with this growing and active family of four. Originally built in the 1970’s, we fully gutted the entire home which was a massive undertaking and took an entire year scheduled strategically over three phases. For phase one, we tackled the lower level of the home which had an awkward and inefficient layout. An open style concept mudroom and laundry room was created for all the multi functions that this hub had to support. As the main entry of the home, this area needed to smartly organize the day to day school activities, house sports equipment and extra seasonal clothing, clean the loads of never ending laundry and create a gorgeous island for an avid crafter in the home.
Our clients wanted a space to decompress in from their overly active days. A clean and modern style was chosen to reflect a zen and minimalistic feel so the stress can be left as soon as they entered their sacred space. A harmonious color palette of greys, high gloss white and light walnut was anchored with an accent of navy blue. All materials were double checked to ensure it was low maintenance and high on performance to withstand the rigours of the family.