The New American Remodeled Home breathes new life into a two-story, 1930s traditional home designed by Harold Hair, a prominent architect of the time. The structure of the original home, the architect’s former residence, remained mostly unchanged, however existing rooms were reconfigured and opened to add more space. The interior design and architectural style were updated to “a new traditional estate design” that is both elegant and current.
For the interior door package, the design team chose one of TruStile’s 3-panel doors, the TS3000, for the base style. The material, profile, and application of the doors were then configured for each opening.
In specialty openings, the doors are made in Walnut with a Cappuccino stain. Throughout the rest of the home, paint-grade MDF is featured. One Step sticking is paired with our Raised panel for a beautiful transitional look throughout much of the home.
Many of the doors have panels replaced with either glass or a material insert to accent the space they were designed into. Upon walking into the home, visitors are greeted by a stunning powder room door under the master staircase and off the formal dining room. The Patina Monet metal inserts complement the gold and marble accents of the sink and wall paper.
Pairs of doors flank the living room fireplace and lead to a separate office. The Narrow Reed glass, in both sets of doors, brings extra light to the connected living room and adds a decorative element next to the exposed brick inside the office. A beautiful barn door made of Walnut separates the living room and master suite.
A narrow pair opens into the impressive master bathroom. A pocket door with Narrow Reed glass adds glamour and privacy for the water closet. A paneled door with a built-in mirror opens to the expansive walk-in closet.
Upstairs, a guest bedroom features a pair of paint-grade MDF pocket doors which open to an attached bathroom suite.