ARCHITECTURAL & INTERIOR DESIGN • LANDSCAPE & SITE PLANNING
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The living room of this 1920’s home had an alcove fireplace which was never used and made it difficult to lay out furniture. Its removal allowed for a rear hall connection between the kitchen and dining room and the installation of a Butlers Pantry. The creation of a focal point in the living room with a new gas fireplace angled to reflect the opposite generous bay window allowed a seating arrangement conducive to good conversation and large gatherings.
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