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Remodeled Residence up to 3,000 square feet

Fairway Cape Cod Project

The vision for this project was to restore the home to its Cape Cod roots through material choices and architectural design. The home suffered from a previous DIY remodel, so the design team started by stripping out nearly every piece of gray, weathered barn wood that had been added throughout. They also removed random-designed elements like faux Colonial pillars in the living room and dining room and rusty metal sheets in the vaulted ceiling of the primary bedroom. New millwork with traditional profiles better matches the intended style of the home.

Several working areas like the mudroom and kitchen lacked functionality, and the bathrooms needed character-defining elements. The house did not have grand, expansive rooms, so the designers thoughtfully considered how the layout and floor plan functioned.

To improve the kitchen, they installed custom-inset cabinetry, relocated some of the appliances and doorways to accommodate more cabinetry, and created functional storage solutions. The team also refinished the hardwoods in a traditional dark walnut color and freshly painted the walls. New furnishings and window treatments complete the look of a traditional Cape Cod home.

Interior Designer

Collected Living Design

Photographer

Nate Sheets

Resources

Cabinets: Precision Woods  Countertops: Stone Surface  Lighting Fixtures: Relative Lighting  Window Coverings: Solar Shield Blinds Shades Solutions

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