Located deep in Brooklyn’s historic Park Slope neighborhood, this original three story brownstone stands tall and proud with original plaster moldings and lived-in hardwood floors. However, the small master bathroom was no longer a place of rejuvenation or self-care.
In the heart of New York City’s busy Upper West Side residential neighborhood, this one-bedroom apartment needed a second bedroom along with some family friendly upgrades. As parents, Gwen and Alysa needed to prep their home for their toddler’s growing curiosity along with preparing their space for a newborn.
In a new housing development buzzing with activity a family of four had big dreams for their unfinished attic space. Having an indoor space for their two young teen daughters and their friends to gather on a daily basis became a top priority.
High above a salt marsh nestled in the surrounding woods and terrain, sits a carriage house built in 1932 originally used as an outbuilding detached from the living quarters to stable horses and buggies.
After driving along the Charles River from Boston to the more quaint and historical Cambridge, the roads detach from a four lane boulevard to a one-way street lined with 100 year old colonial houses in the Half-Crown Marsh Historical District.
As a family grows, their homes must adapt. Naturally the gathering and utilitarian spaces take president and will be remodeled first with private spaces like this townhouse’s master bathroom to follow suite. To reflect their newly renovated bedroom, this parents’ dated master bathroom needed a refresh.