Lussier Lawrence

Originally, the main floor of this home was broken up into three separate rooms. To transform the layout into an open concept plan with abundant natural light and space, we needed to make some major structural changes. We removed several walls and added structural steel supports. This allowed us to add to the style of the home with wood beams and finishes. Further, we moved several walls over, as well as the staircase and bathroom. To accommodate our structural updates, we moved the mechanical systems, including plumbing, HVAC and electrical. The result is a more practical, livable and beautiful space.

Features

New Wood Beams Add Symmetry

Vaulted skylight accentuated by wooden support beams
Photo by: Michael J. Royer Photography Architect/Interior Designer: Carolina Coto Architecture & Interior Design
This staircase was re-located during the home renovation
Photo by: Michael J. Royer Photography Architect/Interior Designer: Carolina Coto Architecture & Interior Design

Open Dining Room

The dining table is located in the open-concept living area beside the kitchen and home office
Photo by: Michael J. Royer Photography Architect/Interior Designer: Carolina Coto Architecture & Interior Design
The original home had 3 rooms which were all removed to create this open living area
Photo by: Michael J. Royer Photography Architect/Interior Designer: Carolina Coto Architecture & Interior Design

Functional & Bright Kitchen

Bright and white open-concept kitchen with custom white cabinetry, and built-in appliances
Photo by: Michael J. Royer Photography Architect/Interior Designer: Carolina Coto Architecture & Interior Design
A coffee nook is one of the features of this gorgeous kitchen renovation
Photo by: Michael J. Royer Photography Architect/Interior Designer: Carolina Coto Architecture & Interior Design