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Cranston, Rhode Island

After renting for several years, our client approached us to rethink their new home. Like most older homes in New England, this house was closed off with many walls serving to differentiate between the spaces. Our approach was to open the walls, address the flow of the space, and bring in as much natural light as possible to the main living spaces. We swapped the dining and kitchen so that it was the kitchen became the focus and overall heart of the main level. Windows were relocated in the process and a powder room was added to serve guests. The wall between the living room and new kitchen was taken out to provide views across the main level. The home featured and unfinished basement as well that that was reconfigured to house a bathroom, mechanical room, and a family room.

The owner took on the interior design features and selected a mid-century style to furnish out the space. She took this approach and delivered it across the entire home highlighting the home's original features such a interior brick walls, doors, and exposed timber.

Interior Design Collaboration: Rellance Realty & Design

Photographs by: Jasmin and Jena


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