The owners of this beautiful Riverwood home had been planning their first-floor remodel for many years. The 1960’s Cape Cod had an overabundance of exposed brick, a lack of light (both natural and artificial), and a closed floor plan, making the house feel dark and heavy.
The family wanted to create an open, bright, and welcoming living space on their first floor by removing the exposed brick, opening the floor plan, and bringing in more light. Several doors and windows also needed to be replaced.
The homeowner worked closely with architect Emily Fisher Paprocki, as well as contractor Doug Amlung, designer Ron Wolz, and Door Store and Windows to create a final product that the owners loved.