This remodel began when the condo owners wanted to blackout the master bedroom for better sleep, then expanded to include updates throughout, all designed to maintain the essence of the original unit.
In the master bedroom, we installed mechanical blackout shades and eliminated windows on the wall behind the bed, adding paneling in fir and birdseye maple that matched the grain and tone of the existing woodwork, original to the 1990s building designed by Olson Sundberg Architects.
Working closely with interior designers NB Design Group and a talented pool of subcontractors and craftspeople, we next tackled the guest bedroom, kitchen, living room, guest bath, and master bath.
Where there had been an open media wall and wine storage in the living room, we added a stone and steel hearth and pocket doors that conceal a wine storage unit and wet bar.
We added floating steel shelves in the kitchen, bringing light into the space and connecting it visually to the den and dining area. In the master bath, we kept the vanity but refaced it to give it a fresh look that’s in keeping with the condo’s blend of old and new.