If you’re familiar with Corvallis, you may have seen this lovely home while driving through downtown. It is a great example of turn-of-the-century architecture. And if you’re anything like us you may have wondered what it looks like on the inside. We have an exciting new project we’d like to share with you, giving a tour of this great home and following along with the project’s progress.
The original 1906 kitchen is long gone, and the home has had many additions & remodels over the years. The current Kitchen is an early ‘90’s gem that the home owners can’t wait to demolish. It is located at the back of the house in a single story addition. We believe this area used to be a covered porch when the house was first built.
The clients would like a more modern Kitchen that also nods to the original design statements throughout the home. They would like to repurpose some of the poorly planned areas of this previous addition by adding a Laundry Room & Powder Room in their place. To accomplish all this, we will be demolishing the Kitchen completely, as well as taking out the jumble of small closets & rooms surrounding it.
We will be using the beautiful original Interior Architecture of the home as inspiration for the new spaces, while making a balance with contemporary styling and functionality.
We look forward to sharing this fascinating project with you as we go along step-by-step through demolition, framing, drywall, installing new cabinets & countertops, new flooring & lighting. Please feel free to post your comments and questions – we would love to hear from you!