A young family discovered a diamond in the rough: a 2200 sq. ft. bungalow on a vast lot in a fantastic neighbourhood. To reach our vision, we had to overcome asbestos, lack of insulation throughout, electrical and plumbing issues, and unlevel framing and floors. When all was done and dusted, our complete gut renovation touched every inch of this little home. We rescued all three bathrooms and kitchen from dilapidated 1950's roots, installed new engineered hardwood floors throughout to stand up to two pups and a soon-to-crawl baby, new windows, light fixtures, paint and trims.
AMD improved the floor plan for the master suite, creating two full closets and concealing another two within eclectic millwork, as well as hidden nightstands, drawers and cubbies for more storage. We were able to fit a double vanity the in the ensuite bath and make room for a 4' shower stall. We stole space from an oversized hall bathroom to allow for two double closets in the entrance, and a linen closet in the hallway. We even managed to fit a 9' island to seat six where the former kitchen and dining nook once lived, which is now the heart of the home.
photography by Kiely Ramos