Old Town Loft

Modern meets historic Old Town in this block conversion project completed under strict local historic preservation guidelines, especially for the exterior façade. The result is a mixed-use building with residential loft upstairs combined with two tenant finishes at the street level. The project involved gutting the upstairs to remove the original offices and create an open, common living space with multiple bedrooms. We refinished the original fir floors, filling in the gaps left by the original walls to create eclectic, geometric patterns. These combined beautifully with the minimalist, white Thermofoil kitchen cabinets. Skylights make the space bright and open, and the added steel deck of the back of the building makes it easy to enjoy the outdoors from the second floor.

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  • Custom Home Builder and General Contractor - Kitchen Tucked into a Corner
  • Custom Home Builder and General Contractor - Bathroom Splash of Orange
  • Custom Home Builder and General Contractor - Instant Hot Water
  • Custom Home Builder and General Contractor - Refinished 19th Century Floors
  • Custom Home Builder and General Contractor - Renovated Old Town Second Floor Entry
  • Custom Home Builder and General Contractor - Bathroom Splash of Color
  • Custom Home Builder and General Contractor - Two Old Town Spaces Combined into One
  • Custom Home Builder and General Contractor - Prefab Cabinets and a Splash of Color
  • Custom Home Builder and General Contractor - Prefab Kitchen Cabinets
  • Custom Home Builder and General Contractor - Cabinets off the floor make the kitchen feel more open
  • Custom Home Builder and General Contractor - Refinished Antique Floors

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