Maple Glen

Eager to trade their traditional shingle-style interiors for a more transitional approach, this family of five wanted to renovate the major family living spaces to accommodate their growing family. The scope of the project included redesigning the kitchen, mudroom, primary bath suite and selected exterior spaces.

Wanting to preserve the character of the home, the design of this renovation centered around keeping a timeless architectural component while also incorporating a new transitional style.  On the first floor, the mudroom was renovated to maximize storage, including designated storage nooks, window seating and a central “island” that doubles as seating and storage.

The existing kitchen was completely reconfigured while maintaining the existing connections to the rear of the house. The new configuration made room for a new breakfast nook, island, pantry, wet bar/ coffee station and island. The kitchen now acts as the new center of the home where culinary pursuits are social events, whether with the family alone, or invited guests.

Upstairs, the layout of the primary bathroom was redesigned to create a true primary suite and completed the room with new finishes and linen storage. Exterior renovations include a new deck and sitting area centered around a fire pit.  The result is a home where the family can gather no matter what their activity and share the spaces together.

Blue Hour Design (Completed while a Partner at LDa Architecture & Interiors)
Interior Design:
Kate Coughlin Interiors
Old Grove Partners, LLC.
Landscape Architect:
John Haven, LeBlanc Jones Landscape Architects
Greg Premru Photography