A recent move to Boulder, CO from New York City means some changes and updates for a great home with wonderful potential for my clients. Being avid entertainers, the goals for this project include better flow and highly functional spaces. Over 50% of the home is being touched by construction … read on to find out more about the changes in store for my clients!
Transforming an unused office space into a true dining room and space to lounge was top priority in this project. The dining room will be connected to the den and finished with custom cabinetry to give the home loads of drama upon entry. The plan to level the dining room is also imperative to create better flow and eliminate the tripping hazard.
In addition to the main living area, the master suite is being updated to give my clients more functionality while bringing beauty to the space. We’ll be adding ample storage with his-and-her closets and built-ins while opening up the space. Decorative metals, new hardwood floors, a soaking tub, and striking light fixtures will give the master suite space the flow and polished look desired.
The exterior of the home is getting a new look as well with all new windows, doors and millwork being updated for an overall sleek and updated appearance.
Bold and dramatic with tons of built-ins and custom furniture along with sophisticated jewel-toned hues and dramatic lighting, this home is going to be stunning. See the progress of the project below. I can’t wait to show you the finished product … stay tuned!
Architect: Dean Lindsey of ShelterLab Architecture
Contractor: David Quinn of Alpine Summit Homes
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