Owners of a quiet Main Line “cottage” sought a renovation and expansion to accommodate new spaces and improve circulation. VMA’s assessment of the 1920’s home projected an innovative approach that also discovered new measures to open the house up to light and view.
The design included an expansion to become the new living room and family room. This new bow-fronted living room took advantage of vistas that had not been possible in the original house. The existing living room was then converted into a library that could display the owners’ sizable collection of books and paintings. The family steps down from the main level of the house to connect directly with the gardens. This high-ceilinged space provides a more casual living space in contrast to the formality of the living room and library.
Interior Design completed in association with Executive Interiors.
Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape