Minimalist living is at the heart of this renovated family home. The owners of a quaint row house were looking to improve the existing space with better functionality, more access to natural light and a clean aesthetic.
Previously a dark and underutilized space, the bright basement is now where playfulness dovetails with the serene. Concealed storage options, custom millwork and generous workstations maximize style and function while creating the ultimate fun family hangout for crafting, playing and reading.
This playfulness continues to the main-floor kitchen — updated with a connection to the backyard — where a backsplash in graphic terracotta-inspired tiles adds vibrancy and intrigue to the calm palette of matte white and natural oak.
On the upper level, the newly reconfigured small bathroom features Corian-clad walls and floor to act as a waterproof space, which can be used as a shower stall. Space-saving fixtures, such as the wall-mount toilet, custom Corian vanity and large bifold glass doors, allow maximum space usage.