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Palma Ceia G&CC - Georgian Before & After
Southeast Elevation - Before
This 1926 Georgian-style home had good bones. While the homeowners needed more family space they insisted on respecting the classic architecture with any changes.
Southeast Elevation - After
One of the seamless two-story additions is visible on the left, a breakfast room below and office above. The second-story windows above the entrance are up higher. See the new courses of brick...blends well! Check out the Master Bath for the details.
Northeast Elevation - Before
The second-story Master Bedroom, top right in this elevation, needed closet space.
Northeast Elevation - After
The two Master Closets' addition was constructed above the first-story den on the far right. Again, seamlessly blended.
West Elevation - Before
All looks good, just more space is needed.
West Elevation - After
The two-story breakfast/office addition is on the right. The family room build-out is lower left, and an additional bedroom is above it. A mix of 3 colors of brick was used to help the new blend with the old.
Pergola - Before
The structure was a great idea, just needed to be moved over a bit and given a total makeover!
Pergola - After
Character preserved, functionality accomplished.
Kitchen - Before
Nice, but not the homeowner's style.
Kitchen - After
Bright, open, new ceiling details, yet still preserving the past. Notice the trap door in the floor. Leads to the original wine cellar!
Kitchen & Family Room - Before
Dark and closed off. Keep an eye on that far window.
Kitchen & Family Room - After
That window became the vestibule, on the left, leading into the new breakfast room.
Breakfast Room - Before
The possibilities for this corner evolved through many inspired meetings. Ranging from doing nothing to a two-story addition!
Breakfast Room - After
This addition's ceiling and window details blend perfectly with the existing home. This gorgeous space quickly became one of the homeowner's favorite.
Living Room - Before
The windows became doors leading to the family room addition.
Living Room - After
The flow between the rooms is effortless now.
Master Bedroom - Before
The Master was small and lacked adequate closet space.
Master Bedroom - After
A second-story addition provided his and hers walk-through closets accessible from either door on the far wall.
Master Bathroom - Before
You could see the fairways from the middle-of-the-room glass shower. The golfers could see you too - problem! Plus the windows sat on the floor and only went partway up the wall. Very strange.
Master Bathroom - After
The gaudy shower was banished and the windows raised to their proper height (remember that new brick work about the front door?). Elegance and tranquility everywhere.
Hall Bathroom - Before
Functional, but very dated.
Hall Bathroom - After
Marble subway tile and elegant surfaces bring this bathroom in line with the rest of the home.
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