Project Rougemont

Case Study

bungalow renovation

This bungalow needed a lot of work both aesthetically and functionally. Our client wanted to create a space that felt new, fresh with a blend of antique pieces and old world charm. Our team achieved an eclectic look that was warm, inviting and worked efficiently in every way possible.

We started by developing the overall layout and brainstormed with our contractor on how we would achieve the best flow for the home. Moving the staircase to the back of the home allowed us to create a beautiful open concept for the family room, dining and kitchen area. The two bedrooms and bathrooms lived at the opposite end of the family room area and became more of the ‘private’ area of the home. The bathroom was a complete transformation creating a 4-piece that truly felt like a spa.

Our team worked directly with the contractor from start to finish to ensure the execution of the design remained at the forefront of the project. The interior of the home was torn out and rebuilt with the guidance of our plans. We worked together to ensure the installation of herringbone hardwood flooring, all materials and finishes, electrical and plumbing came together beautifully and as planned.

The features of this home included several different elements. The arched built-in cabinetry around the wood burning fireplace became the focal point of the family room. The face-frame cabinetry in the kitchen and bathroom was a detail that added personality and quality in a small space. The finishes including the furnishings, window treatments and lighting ensure the home was cozy, inviting and comfortable.  

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