Not an uncommon request when working on a project in a Heritage Home, our Broad street renovation was all about improving functionality while respecting the existing character of the home. In addition to cosmetically updating a kid’s bathroom, we reimagined the flow of this home in Truro, Nova Scotia, to suit the growing needs of a busy young family.

The kitchen transformed from a cramped galley style to generous work space complete with a large island with no shortage of storage. The traffic flow from the mud room now breezes past a small bar and prep sink instead of interrupting meal prep, and details like a charging station for devices, a concealed television over the fridge, and new pot filler add modern convenience. In the dining space (formerly a sitting room), we removed a closet and created a dining room suitable for casual weeknight dinners as well as holiday feasts for the whole family. Details like a custom window seat with wall lights add character that make you question if they have always been there.

The result of this full-service design package is a timeless design that perfectly blends the old with the new.

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