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Pine Street  Manchester MA
This well-loved Manchester home gets a high-end kitchen and a new layout

Pine Street

Concord Street  Gloucester MA
An original seasonal camp gets a new life and a contemporary loft

Concord Street

This house was originally a seasonal "camp" in Gloucester, MA. It was covered in asbestos and was structurally unsound. The renovation included stabilizing the foundation, taking out a central chimney to create an open floor plan, removing walls upstairs to create a roomy master bedroom/loft, and adding another bath downstairs for a first floor master as well. The house now has a brand new kitchen and 2.5 baths.

For more photos (before and after,) see the flips page.

Woods Lane  Ipswich MA
An Ipswich home built in 1792 gets an update, but it’s antique detail is preserved

Concord Street

This is a quintessential family house in a great neighborhood and on a great lot – near the river in Ipswich, MA. Nothing had been changed in this antique home in over 50 years and it was ripe for an update! On the first floor I removed walls and opened up the staircase to create an open floor plan. I also gained square footage, and valuable closet space, by enclosing and heating the back porch. Stained glass and other antique details were added to enhance the character in the home. On the second floor, I added a second full bath and a fireplace to create a comfortable master bedroom

For more photos (before and after,) see the flips page.

May Street  Beverly MA
This condo alternative gets a second floor master suite

May Street

This house was tucked away and ignored on a quiet side street, close to town in Beverly, MA. Creating a master suite on the entire second floor made this the perfect condo alternative. Fencing the yard and finishing a lower level walk-out room added both privacy and room to spare. A brand new kitchen and second full bathroom completed the renovation.

For more photos (before and after,) see the flips page.

Manchester Essex Middle/High School

Manchester Essex Regional Middle/High School

Completed in 2009, The Manchester Essex High School and Middle School is three stories high, 155,000 square feet, and houses 800 students. The Building Committee asked myself and another interior designer to share the responsibility of choosing all of the school's interior finish work. This includes all the choices made for paint, fabric, woodwork, tile, carpet, bathroom materials, conference areas, administration areas and locker rooms. It also included the interior design for the new, state of the art auditorium and media center. We worked closely with the Mount Vernon Group Architects to make sure the project stayed true to their vision and that our choices adhered to the budget.