Two phase restoration (interior & extorior) of a decommissioned firehouse. Work included complete restoration of the third floor (including this room with the staircase).
The entire front of the building was restored and all the 8-ft windows on the sides and rear of the building were replaced with wood windows.
In addition to updating the cabinets and appliances, the tile floor was replaced, wallpaper was removed and a fresh coat of paint was applied, the electrical service was updated and new lighting – both overhead and under cabinet – was installed.
All the updates transformed this kitchen into a much more functional and modern space.
This grand old Victorian mansion built in 1886, was the first and largest home in the Limerick neighborhood of Old Louisville. By the 1990s, this grand house had fallen into a state of complete disrepair after decades of neglect.
Only one year later, this beauty had been restored to its grandeur. For more photos, visit the 514 W. St. Catherine, Louisville project page.
This bedroom was part of the top-to-bottom renovation of a Tudor-style home.
Plaster walls were restored, the fireplace was functional again, the radiators were refurbished, the windows were rebuilt and the floor was stripped, sanded and refinished. For more photos, visit the The Atkinson project page.
The existing garage was removed and a new foundation was poured.
The final structure was a two-and-a-half car, 16-ft door plus pedestrian door, one-story garage.
The entire basement required pressure washing, the walls needed tuck pointing and a new concrete floor was poured.
Appliances and custom storage transformed this space into a utility room and productive home office.