The renovation of this three-story home in German Village came about because of a full house fire. All photos courtesy of Robb McCormick.
The original kitchen had a good footprint but was segmented by a wall separating it from the living room and a large cased opening that separated it from a small eat-in dining area. By opening up both of these walls (and adding a large steel beam) we were able to let the kitchen fully shine in the space.
The kitchen is the heart of this first-floor renovation. The previous floor plan was very segmented, with walls separating rooms into small and dark spaces.
A maze of bedroom, bathroom, and closet was reorganized to give each space a defined purpose.
Small kitchen, large design.
A new layout gives this master bathroom a spacious feel.
Creating an open concept with the living room was the main goal of this kitchen renovation.
An updated layout creates a more open and spacious master bathroom.
A totally new layout makes the most use out of the space and creates multiple well-defined areas.
The custom cabinetry is the star of this kitchen – in form and function!
Apartment complex clubhouse with bold accents.
This den-like basement renovation is perfect for a poker night!
Low profile furniture, white walls, and modern elements give a spacious feel to these small rooms.
A modern chef’s kitchen with views of a wooded ravine.
The modern design of the interior of the home is carried to the exterior with straight lines, cable railing, and bold accents.
Unused space in the basement got transformed into a true wine cellar.
An unfinished attic was transformed into a spa-like suite.
This field house has it all – basketball, batting cages, and a cozy lounge!