What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.  What we did:  Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.

What we did:

Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

 What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.  What we did:  Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.

What we did:

Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

 What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.  What we did:  Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.

What we did:

Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

 What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.  What we did:  Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.

What we did:

Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

 What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.  What we did:  Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.

What we did:

Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

 What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.  What we did:  Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.

What we did:

Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

 What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.  What we did:  Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.

What we did:

Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

 What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.  What we did:  Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.

What we did:

Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

 What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.  What we did:  Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.

What we did:

Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

 What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.  What we did:  Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.

What we did:

Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

 What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.  What we did:  Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.

What we did:

Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

 What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.  What we did:  Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.

What we did:

Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

 What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.  What we did:  Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.

What we did:

Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

 What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.  What we did:  Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.

What we did:

Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

 What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.  What we did:  Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.

What we did:

Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

 What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.  What we did:  Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.

What we did:

Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

 What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.  What we did:  Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.

What we did:

Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

 What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.  What we did:  Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.

What we did:

Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

 What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.  What we did:  Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.

What we did:

Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

 What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.  What we did:  Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.

What we did:

Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

 What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.  What we did:  Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.  

What do you do with a historic 1874 single-family home that has great bones but doesn't function properly for the active and entertaining-focused family who inhabits it?  We gutted it to the studs, redesigned the layout, created a master bedroom/bathroom suite, and layered back in the historical details that kept the family in the house for over twenty years.  Through thoughtful space planning, we were able to take an awkward and dark Victorian layout and transform it into a gracious and light-filled space fit for both hanging out with family and hosting large parties.  This project exemplifies how good design can fundamentally transform your day-to-day living standards; the clients have never been happier in their home.

What we did:

Taking the baton from the original project architect after logistical challenges arose, NMI re-oriented the living spaces and bedrooms, designed a new spa-like master bath for the upper level, relocated the staircase to improve traffic flow and brought in a structural engineering team to shore up structural deficiencies in the basement.  We also implemented a full space plan, selected a broad mix of contemporary, custom, and transitional furniture to compliment the client’s historic antiques (all of which were restored for the new space) and assisted the clients in curating a new contemporary art collection to juxtapose the traditional and transitional elements of the home.