Thursday, September 10, 2009

1940s Bungalow Renovation

We recently had the wonderful opportunity to work on a classic 1940's bungalow. This bungalow has been in the same family since 1946 (see Deed of Trust dated 1946 in the office picture below), and our scope of work encompassed renovating the kitchen and bathroom, restoring the original hardwood floors, updating the baseboards, installing a new front door and building custom hallway cabinet doors to match the original.

The homeowner was very instrumental in the whole renovation process, picking out the right paint colors and doing all the interior painting (what a great job!), and adding special mementos that display some of her family life and history, making this bungalow a very special place.

Below are a few pictures of the front of the house, living room, office and hallway. More pictures of the bathroom and kitchen will be forthcoming...

Front of House

Front of House with New Front Door

Homeowner Edie and Sadie in Front of House

Living Room - View Towards New Front Door

Living Room with Refinished Hardwood Floors

Office/Back Bedroom with Refinished Hardwood Floors and New Baseboards

Close Up of Desk with Deed Of Trust Dated 1946

Hallway Closet Doors - BEFORE

Hallway Closet Doors - AFTER (to match the original Shaker-style cabinets above)

To see more interior work we've done, click here to go to Interiors under the Project Photos section.

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