Their new baby’s arrival relegated guests to the living room’s fold-out couch. That territorial shift inspired changes that will continue to bring enjoyment
as this family grows.
Project Style: 1930’s Tudor Bungalow
Project Size: Guest Quarters; Outdoor Kitchen, Fireplace, Patio, Garage
The original need for guest space evolved into elegant remedies for the home’s severe lack of storage, no garage and a useless patch of backyard grass. The new outdoor kitchen, fireplace and patio essentially doubled the home’s entertaining area. Now guests have private quarters, the owners have year-round outdoor living and the garage sports an ingenious drive-through access.
Challenges & Points of Interest:
It was paramount for the addition to match the scale and architectural history of the existing home. Any addition must appear to be original to the property.