A beautiful Before and After of a home in Peconic Bay on the east end of Long Island by Piermont-based architect Jo Machinist
What is the quickest and least expensive way to spruce up a house? According to Rory Doyle at Doyle Renovations, Inc. the answer is easy – Moldings!
It’s no secret that open floor plans are still a huge trend in home construction and renovations. We just can’t seem to get enough of them!
So, when Robert Stout, owner of RWS Building & Remodeling, a Harrington Park based general contractor, took on his latest local design-build project, he immediately knew that he wanted the heart of the home to be an open kitchen, dining and living space where friends and family could gather in comfort and style
Like the fashion industry, the home renovation and kitchen industry, in particular, has evolved through the years in many ways. In the US, cabinets were wood construction, but in Europe they took on a more simple fabrication, allowing Europeans to treat the cabinets as furniture that can be removed and used again by the tenant or owner in their next home.
This English cottage style house owes its style and its historical base to the English vernacular of the 1920s,
The assignment was to be respectful of the exterior vocabulary of the house and to the history of the neighborhood. The goal was to restore an informal charm without a sense of extravagance and with the prerequisites of modern day living. We strove to retain the home’s original coziness while adding the feeling of space that today’s homeowners desire.
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