A work-in-progress, this house is becoming a home for a family with two teenage boys. The furniture is sturdy, the color palettes are masculine and it’s got lots of style and texture to stand up to a rowdy ruckus.
A 14-month overhaul of this 1970s rancher where every inch of space was reimagined – and yet the family couldn’t have dreamed of how beautiful their new-old home could be. This house is perfect for holidays with grandkids, big family meals, and baking up a storm in the kitchen, all while enjoying sweeping views of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
In 2012, this home was updated to make a dedicated play-space for the children, overlooking the main living area, which received a modern twist on the family’s transitional style. The primary bedroom became a calming, spa-like oasis, and custom full-size bunk beds were designed to double as forts for the boys.
In 2012, room-by-room, this historic estate home in picturesque Concord, MA was renovated in keeping with its roots but with modern conveniences and cozy spaces to suit its newest family.
Helping make the good bones of this house feel more like home for a very cool family, one room at a time! Stay tuned for the updates to the kids’ playroom, the basement family room and the girls’ bedrooms.
From Granny-not-so-chic, to a bachelor pad, to a cozy home for a growing family. This house has seen a lot of changes in the past 7 years!
A full-scale renovation by a young family took this outdated, untouched treasure and turned it into their dream home.