We have seen some amazing glass renovations from DOS Architects in the past but this one takes a different approach by simply reconfiguring and updating the interior. Many of the original Georgian design elements of the home are kept intact and the decor used acts as a bridge between the present and the past.
The open plan living area is the obvious heart of the house and large glass doors ensure that it’s connected with the elevated porch and the charming view outside at all times. The porch becomes a natural extension of the interior in the warmer months and offers a perfect vantage point from which one can overlook the mesmerizing woods and the distant pond. Carefully curated decor in the living area mixes vintage rustic and modern elements seamlessly to give the home a unique relaxed ambiance.
The lower levels of the house feature the living areas the kitchen and the dining space while the top floor houses the opulent master bedroom and bath. A smart private garden and clever artificial lighting complete the extensive overhaul.
The classic windows of the house along with modern glass walls and windows are used to usher in ample natural light even as smartly placed skylights ensure that there are absolutely no dark corners anywhere.
Subtle hints of rustic beauty are incorporated into every room with natural wood and lovely artwork adding both color and texture. The bedroom gains from elegant pops of turquoise and gray while hints of blue and orange enliven the nursery.