It’s an unusual problem to have: how do you make two distinct houses complement one another? This is the question posed by our customer when undertaking an atypical remodeling project.
Our client loved their house and neighborhood, almost as much as they loved to entertain. While they’d thrown some great parties in their home, they wanted a way to accommodate more guests, more comfortably. When the house next to theirs was listed, they decided to purchase it. Now, they could use one house as a primary residence, while the other would be used for entertaining and housing guests.
While they now had more space, their two houses didn’t feel connected or cohesive. After years of living and entertaining between the two, the family finally decided to undertake a remodel intended to unify their properties. They also wanted to create an expansive outdoor gathering area, joining the two homes with a seamless, harmonious entertaining space.
Door Store and Windows proudly collaborated with the client and designer Susan Lowry to provide new doors and windows for both homes.