The wide honey pine floorboards and the butcher block counter added both warm and a nod to tradition, while custom cabinetry and Carrera marble provided for high-end design details.
Lisa also devised a strategy to brighten the interconnected spaces, which included a new lighting plan. She also chose a soft white color palette and reflective materials such as glass and nickel to create the illusion of a brightness, despite a limited amount of natural sunlight.
To minimize disruption for this active family, Lisa created an ambitious timeline, and deftly handled the design, planning, and coordination of builders, artisans, and suppliers. The end result was a bright, beautiful, and functional series of spaces that came to life both on time and within budget.