491 Otis Ave.

1920 Craftsman
Chris Carlson and Marla Spivak
After living in this home for many years it was time to create a main level bathroom and remodel the tired kitchen. Within the efficient main level footprint, we knew an addition to accommodate a bathroom space would be necessary. The existing kitchen space now hosts the new ¾ bathroom and crafted storage cabinetry. Our music room and dining room swapped spaces so the dining could be in proximity to the new kitchen addition. The Spanish/Craftsman character of the home was accentuated in the new addition by designing classic full-inset cabinets of rift-sawn oak, repeating arched openings, and harmonizing colors and materials throughout. Our collection of fossils and natural artifacts are featured throughout the display cabinets and fossil backsplash now. A new deck and back door access allows us to connect with our bees and gardens throughout the seasons.

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