Arts and Craft Bungalow

Sitting in one of Capital Hill’s beautiful neighborhoods, the exterior of this residence portrays a
bungalow style home as from the Arts and Craft era. By adding a large dormer to east side of the house,
the street appeal was maintained which allowed for a large master suite to be added to the second
floor. As a result, the two guest bedrooms and bathroom were relocated to give to master suite the
space it needs. Although much renovation was done to the Federalist interior, the original charm was
kept by continuing the formal molding and other architectural details throughout the house. In addition
to opening up the stair to the entry and floor above, the sense of gained space was furthered by opening
up the kitchen to the dining room and remodeling the space to provide updated finishes and appliances
as well as custom cabinetry and a hutch. The main level also features an added powder room with a
beautiful black walnut vanity.

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girl_wonder added this to Patti’s Living room—May 20,20209 June 2020

This is cute. Anything to learn from this? (Chair style? Not sure if too much wood with other elements? Chair Fabric is cute but a bit too formal for my goal? Maybe solid colored chair and toss pillows or ?)

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