3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, one entire story of hardwood flooring. We made it.
The Winkler Project involved the interior remodeling of the 2nd floor of a 2-story, mid-century modern style single family home. The scope included the re-construction of the 1st/2nd floor staircase, installation of hardwood flooring, installation of new trim mouldings and window casings, the gut rehab of two full bathrooms, and the remodeling of the Master Bedroom suite. I am also excited to say that the bathrooms are an original Integro design!
Mid-Century Modern houses were built between 1945 and 1980. These buildings feature prominent geometric lines throughout the house, large quantities and sizes of windows bringing natural light and nature indoors, and a focus on access to nature and outdoor space from the interior. The Winkler Project is no different and my clients have created stunning gardens and tasteful outdoor spaces which characterize the interior space.
The challenges on this project included maximizing the use of the bathrooms while working within the existing footprint, resolving a major safety hazard in the master suite without compromising the amount of natural light or access to storage, and executing the renovation to minimally impact our clients who were occupying the house during construction.
Check out The Forecasting of Framing for a recap.
Without further ado, here is the final reveal:
Occupied renovations are some of the most difficult construction projects to handle and my clients proved themselves diligent, flexible, and helpful throughout the entire process. As with all of our projects, we are excited to have a final product and sad to be parting ways.
Luckily, we sail together – so, onward and upward to shining seas.
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