Connecting Spaces

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Weston, MA Residential Remodeling Storyline

Our clients struggled with the fractured layout of their traditional Tudor style home in Weston, MA.  Typical for the period in which it was built, the series of undersized and unconnected rooms, particularly the kitchen, was literally cramping their style. The homeowners were seeking to reconfigure the space, making room for larger gatherings while maintaining the intimacy of separate individual spaces.  A truly collaborative process between the homeowner and our design team resulted in the blending of formal and casual design, transforming spaces into bright and flexible living areas that allow for both intimate family dinners and a party for a crowd.

To create this transformation, the Feinmann team removed two walls between the kitchen and the family room.  A bright, casual dining area with functional built-in seating anchors one end of the room.  Upgrades in appliances and ample work surfaces make the kitchen a true cook’s delight.  The painted cabinetry along the perimeter of the kitchen keeps the space feeling bright while the rich, dark brown Lyptus wood cabinetry on the island adds warmth and contrast.  The black walnut bar invites guests to linger while keeping them out of the busy cooking area.

Sunlight and an elegant coffered ceiling in the seating area off the kitchen create a cozy place to relax, enjoy the view of the pond or catch a game on the new, custom wireless flat screen television.  What was once a problematic floor plan is now a truly integrated space thanks to the ingenuity and wisdom of the Feinmann design team.

Awards

  • 2011 Silver PRISM Award (Builders Association of Greater Boston)Remodeling/Restoration under $250K
  • 2011 Silver PRISM Award Most Creative Use of Space

Our Client Said

“Feinmann is the most detail oriented company we have ever worked with in any business.  With Feinmann you know the job will always be done right.”