At the direction of Wildman Chalmers Design of Sewickley, Century collaborated with the homeowners and architect to create this unique home renovation that included an open-concept kitchen with a raised 15-foot ceiling, an updated morning room with new vaulted ceilings and custom wood beams, a fresh new look in the family room, and an addition off the kitchen that included a mud room with shiplap walls, a new laundry room with a custom barn door, and a beautiful powder room. In addition to the scope of the work is a renovated master bathroom.
As the hub of the home, the kitchen is the room where all the action takes place.Working with local kitchen designer, Jacob Evans Kitchen and Bath, Century transformed this early 1900's kitchen into a homeowner's dream. The overall function of the space included adding a seating area in the butler's pantry (a perfect spot for homework), improving the storage space, incorporating a communications hub (a place to charge all those electronics), and constructing an inviting island.
This clean, modern remodel was just what a busy, growing family demands. Expansion of the kitchen and family room provided much needed space, as well as an addition of a sleek first floor powder room. Collaborating with Drake Studio, our team created spaces that balanced the home’s original design cues and the family’s desire for modern conveniences.
A family friendly neighborhood filled with beautiful architecture now includes this exciting renovation for our homeowners and the community to enjoy for years to come. This project includes a home addition that incorporates modern design elements with respect to its architectural history. New windows overlooking the new rear deck fill the interior with natural light. The new interior, designed by the homeowners and creative design team: Von Walter + Funk. They worked collaboratively with the full service architectural firm, ae7, Jacob Evans Kitchen & Bath and Century Interiors to deliver their definition of elevated eclectic design.
Within walking distance of Beaver Street in the heart of Sewickley and in partnership with Wildman Chalmers Design, we completed this kitchen renovation. The project consisted of the removal of a brick chimney in the rear of the home to open the space up and allow for a few new Kolbe windows to be installed on the second floor of the home, demolition of the wall the separated the kitchen from what was a dining room, installation of new Kolbe doors to create a more open, modern look in the space. All in all, this project turned out beautifully and we are proud that it was done by our team.
Century Interiors performed a remodel of this 1920s era home. This home in particular sat for a few years and due to the interior conditions, almost all the plaster needed repaired throughout the same. This project consisted of 4 bathrooms, a kitchen and a mudroom. All the original hardwood flooring in the home was refinished and all the original doors were reused, keeping some original parts of the history of the home that give it that historic character.
Just steps away from boutique shopping, the renovation to this 1950 Shadyside condo makes it a perfect fit for the neighborhood. Once again collaborating with Candace Johnston Design, Century transformed all areas of the condo based on the homeowner's vision. This included opening the view from the kitchen to the dining room with custom cabinetry, re-configuring the owner's suite into the perfect oasis and modernizing the entire space.
This traditional modern refresh implements the form follows function design principle flawlessly with this open concept plan. Architectural changes included removing a wall separating the rooms. The sleek modern components are in perfect balance with earthy rich wood accents creating an open and inviting floor plan.
Good things come in small packages, so they say. And this home is no exception with its mountain top location and big city views. This renovation takes living in small spaces to new heights. The design plan was all about making every square inch count, proving that small spaces not only feel warm and comforting, yet spacious as well.