Lexington – Kitchen, Family Room, Master Suite

Large addition in Lexington, MA with farmer's porch, family room, master suite, mudroom, kitchen, and bathrooms
Rear view of large addition in Lexington, MA with farmer's porch, family room, master suite, mudroom, kitchen, and bathrooms
Lexington powder room with wall hung sink and pocket door
Built-in mudroom bench and cubbies. The beadboard wainscot around the room ties in with the built-in cabinetry
Full overlay, shaker style, white painted custom kitchen cabinetry with Paperstone countertop, wood island top and stainless steel backsplash
Full overlay, shaker style, white painted custom kitchen cabinetry with Paperstone countertop, wood island top and stainless steel backsplash
Custom built-in family room cabinetry in Lexington, MA
White painted, full overlay, shaker style custom bath vanity with marble top, porcelain tile floor and frameless shower door in Lexington, MA
White painted, full overlay, shaker style custom bath vanity with solid surface vanity top, porcelain tile floor, frameless shower door and open linen storage in Lexington, MA
Large addition in Lexington, MA with farmer's porch, family room, master suite, mudroom, kitchen, and bathrooms

This 1930’s farmhouse in a lovely Lexington neighborhood was in dire need of more space. We worked closely with the architect and client during the design process to achieve the desired balance between space, cost, and details. The house now has a large kitchen, family room, a first floor powder room, and a New England mudroom. We also constructed two additional bedrooms, bathrooms, and a second floor laundry.

The client selected Paperstone counters for the perimeter cabinetry surfaces. They look clean, they go with the style of the house, and they feel warm to the touch unlike granite. Despite all of this, everyone agrees that the pièce de résistance of the project was the expanded front porch. We saved the original fluted columns, made new beadboard for the ceiling and matched the original flooring while we doubled the porch square footage. The front porch and new stairs are truly welcoming and make the addition indistinguishable from the original structure.

Architect: Lilley Dadagian Architects, Inc.
Photography: Eric Roth