Sophisticated Living Indianapolis

JAN-FEB 2019

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Taking their lead from the home's original design details, everyone involved took great care in preserving numerous aspects of what is essentially a livable work of art. is involved preserving rough sawn cedar beams and trim, which were "pickled" to match to the existing trim, and maintaining the original Spanish skip-trowel textured walls. Light fixtures in the dining room were also saved. Other elements were not on the preservation list. "Adam especially endeared himself to me when he said we needed to get rid of the brick in the kitchen, which had been a bone of contention between my husband and me," says the lady of the house. "e biggest compliment our homeowners can pay us is to call us for any future projects they may have, or refer us to their friends," says Froehlich. "ese homeowners will be lifelong Corinthian 'family' and were a delight to work with." An inspiring renovation of an exquisite home, this project perfectly combines the talents of a thoughtful and sensitive modern designer with an expert and experienced builder to bring to fruition the vision and taste of homeowners who know precisely what they are looking for. In short, a perfect collaboration of all involved. sl A floating vanity adds a contemporary note slmag.net 71

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