This wasn't the typical Cobblestone home renovation. That's because this wasn't a home to begin with. We found this 1920s built drugstore hollowed out and falling apart and jumped at the chance to bring it back to life.
Over the six months it took us to complete this project we only ran into one big obstacle- rebuilding the entire foundation. We tore down walls and repurposed materials to create a three bedroom, two bathroom home. The main room's dual-sided marble fireplace comes from the original structure and makes one hell of a statement piece.
We were gifted with the original pine hardwood floors. You can see they weren't in the worst shape and after some sanding and finishing, they were back to their intended stately shine. Does that fireplace on the left look familiar? ;)
The layout changed quite a bit to accommodate a more open floor plan. The kitchen was one of the most drastically redesigned rooms which made it a fun experiment for us. We cascaded Saturio marble over the island and continued it on the rest of the countertops then complimented it with Keystone colored shaker cabinets. The closed in kitchen turned into a breathable space that looks out to the outdoor back area of the house.
We relaid the cement and on the back patio and with the new foundation rebuilt a raised covered deck to finish the property off. Overall this project was flat out fun. We loved stepping out of the traditional house box to create a sweet unique modern home. Scroll all the way to the bottom to see a slideshow of a few more before and afters of the other rooms!