The homeowners fell in love with this Grogan’s Point home’s curved walls, elevated ceiling details and leaded glass transom windows, but they knew they wanted to make some changes before moving in so Huntington Remodeling helped them with their home remodeling in Grogan’s Point.
The original home was full of sophisticated details that were masked in a monochromatic color scheme and cut short by ceiling furr downs that blocked the eye. Our goal in this home remodeling in Grogan’s Point was to open the space and bring the architectural elements to the forefront. The architecture had something to say, and we wanted to give it a voice. Throughout the home, we balanced the juxtaposition of the curves and the angles, while increasing the contrast of color and materials to highlight the original details.
In the kitchen, we accomplished this by removing a structural column to open the space and to allow for a larger island, all while paying homage to the architecture by integrating radius doors on the end cabinets.
In the primary suite, we softened curves and emphasized their beauty by eliminating the distraction of the original asymmetrical vaulted ceiling.
We reorganized the primary bathroom layout to allow for a more private shower and separate vanities, with the addition of a show-stopping Victoria + Albert freestanding tub as a focal point.
View the full project album: Mid-Century Modern Home Remodel in Grogan’s Point.