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This bungalow has gone from old and dated to modern and airy. Here’s our pick for the best before and after.
Style in 3 words: Traditional, vibrant, luminous.
Who: Conceptual construction and restoration worked to elevate the architecture while interior designer Alexis Warren worked to liven up the spaces.
The House: This 1910 The Dilworth Bungalow is 2,000 square feet with four bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Design: The starting point for the renovations began with maintaining all the original charm of this bungalow. Updates to the home – including finishes, colors and millwork – have been done with the original style in mind.
- The furniture and touches of color have been chosen to reflect the dynamic young family that lives there.
Inspiration: Extra storage and cupboard space can be scarce in historic Dilworth homes, so extra cabinets and cupboards were important to utilize every inch of space.
- For example, they converted the existing laundry room into a walk-in closet. It flows directly from the bathroom. They also added a small laundry room.
Best rooms: The bright open concept kitchen has become the highlight of this home. The unobstructed view offers view of the entire front of the house and the games room up to the kitchen.
Take a look ahead.
Here is a preview of the final product.