Philadelphia Condo Renovation Photos, Round 1

28 Jan

After living in one condo unit for 15 or so years, the homeowners wanted a little more from their home sweet home, so they scooped up the neighbor’s unit when it went up for sale. Then they hired us, award-winning renovation firm Gardner/Fox, to guide them through the design and construction process. Here’s a quick look at what went down.

Philadelphia Condo Renovation
Entry Hall After Renovation – Wainscoting and crown molding add a touch of formality in the foyer. Scabos Travertine tiles from Gravena Tile grace the floor.

Entry Hall Before Renovation Philadelphia
Entry Hall Before Renovation

Philadelphia Kitchen to Dining Room after Renovation
Custom cabinetry by Stimmel Design Works separates the kitchen from the dining room and offers storage and display areas.

Philadelphia Kitchen After Renovation
Looking into the kitchen from the dining room. Before the renovation, this area was broken into three separate rooms: a galley kitchen (along the far wall), small dining room (in the middle), and study (where we’re standing now).

Philadelphia Galley Kitchen in Condo Before Renovation
Kitchen Before Renovation

Philadelphia Condo Dining Room After Renovation
Dining Room After Renovation (Formerly the Study)

Wine Niche in Philadelphia Condo Renovation
A wine niche takes over a closet in the new dining room.

Tiles Wine Cellar Photo
Hand painted tiles collected by the homeowners mix with limestone tiles in the wine niche for a custom look.


One Response to “Philadelphia Condo Renovation Photos, Round 1”

  1. AwarenessHomeFunding January 28, 2010 at 10:15 am #

    The work you did on this condo is absolutely beautiful! You definitely turned this “house” into a home!

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