Working within the existing footprint, Morse Constructions created flexible, open spaces by opening up a traditional 1890s floor plan.. A large beam replaced a center bearing wall to open up the space. Worn out oak flooring and the kitchen’s cork floor were replaced with maple throughout. The uniform flooring, combined with the lack of thresholds, creates a seamless look that makes the entire space feel larger.
Interior Design: Elza B. Design
Photography: Eric Roth