1920’s Beach Resort
Old homes with good bones are worth the remodeling investment, as we see in this classic beauty in the seaside town of Ventnor. Many years of neglect and thoughtless renovations took a toll on this home. Where some would have seen a need to tear down, the client, with the help of MDG, realized that this home was a keeper. MDG updated the interior layout by reconfiguring the kitchen and creating a more modern plan. A laundry room, bar area, and home office were added, the upstairs bathrooms and bedrooms were updated, and the hall bath was reconfigured. With new siding, beautiful landscaping, and an overall master plan and design vision, MDG turned this neighborhood eyesore into the talk of the town.
MDG master planned this entire renovation. Once the reconfiguration of the house was identified, the architect finalized the construction documentation that was submitted for permit. MDG worked with the client to make all the specification selections including the cabinetry, kitchen & bathroom tile, countertops, plumbing fixtures, & lighting. MDG supplied the homeowner with detailed elevation drawings of the bathroom and kitchen along with the various built-in’s throughout. Millwork detailing was also completed to enhance the original millwork throughout the home and special items, like the original slate floor on the porch were salvaged and included as part of the home’s new design. Once the construction documentation was approved, the team worked to create a cohesive decoration plan which included furnishings, window treatments, and accessories.