First Floor Remodel of a Main Line Victorian

This first floor gut remodel of a tired Victorian reconfigured a series of awkward, dated spaces, including an 80’s addition, into a classic, but modern and open, retreat for a family. By taking over an original porch space, relocating a central powder room, and completely overhauling every wall, floor and ceiling on the first level, the entire space was transformed.  New moulding details were created with a nod to the historic character, and older ones were carefully restored.  The homeowners favor a subdued and calm palette of grays, off-whites, and cool blues. The kitchen features a timeless blend of materials in white oak, brass, Danby Marble and gray stone with bespoke cabinetry and detailing.

Collaborators

Architecture and Interiors: Mindy O’Connor, Architect. Melinda Kelson O’Connor Design, LLC

General Contractor: George Dennis

Kitchen Cabinetry: James Van Etten, Furniture by Design.

Architectural Photography: Wendy Concannon Photography