With our Cannon Hill project we more than doubled the square footage of a park-side bungalow. Our goal was to preserve the aesthetic of the turn-of-the-century home while updating the space for modern living.
We began with a single-story brick bungalow overlooking historic Cannon Hill Park. To maximize the efficiency of the small lot, we focused on vertical volume and natural light.
A steel beam opens up the ground floor, allowing the space to be defined by function, not walls. Rift-sawn white oak, natural light, and a soft color palette invite warmth and further the sense of openness.
We collaborated with a master craftsman on elements throughout the home. White oak with a vertical grain was chosen for all of the shelving and wood accent.
Warm, simple and clean – the open floor plan offered a blank slate as we helped curate the right furniture selections.
Custom cabinetry and casework conceal appliances and unify varied spaces. Subtle variations in color add interest and depth—soft-veined quartzite counters compliment the artisan-handed ceramic tile backsplash. The waterfall island makes a statement in the space.
Floating wooden stair treads invite the eye upward – creating an airy, open environment. Natural light blurs the line between inside an out.
Open and welcoming, our Cannon Hill home is a creative retreat that blends seamlessly into its historic neighborhood.