Residential Projects III

Window Restoration and Home Design

From contemporary restorations to beautiful outdoor living spaces, our team can take your homes architectural features to the next level.
In the living room of this 1920s home a new mantel was built using carefully sourced wood to limit any glue-ups or seams.

1928 Tudor Revival and Millwork

The first task in this 1920s home was a new mantel using carefully sourced wood to limit any glue-ups or seams. All profiles were custom made in-house and designed to match historic precedent.
In the kitchen, Hull Millwork worked hard to create an English Arts and Crafts feel. The breakfast cabinet is carefully crafted and designed with English details. The homeowners were looking for a trestle table that would complement the living room, sit in a bay window and could seat a large family. Hull Millwork designed and built this table in walnut. A great deal of time was spent exploring key joinery elements, such as pegged-joints and wedged through tenons.

1928 Tudor Revival and Millwork

The first task in this 1920s home was a new mantel using carefully sourced wood to limit any glue-ups or seams. All profiles were custom made in-house and designed to match historic precedent.
In the kitchen, Hull Millwork worked hard to create an English Arts and Crafts feel. The breakfast cabinet is carefully crafted and designed with English details. The homeowners were looking for a trestle table that would complement the living room, sit in a bay window and could seat a large family. Hull Millwork designed and built this table in walnut. A great deal of time was spent exploring key joinery elements, such as pegged-joints and wedged through tenons.
In the living room of this 1920s home a new mantel was built using carefully sourced wood to limit any glue-ups or seams.
In the kitchen, Hull Millwork worked hard to create an English Arts and Crafts feel with a large island that offers plenty of workspace.
Breakfast Cabinet crafted and designed with English arts and crafts details.
A Trestle Table made of walnut with pegged-joints and wedged through tenons sits in a bay window.

Contemporary Restoration

This 10-year-old home begged for better architectural definition and detailing.
The upper porch over the porte cochere was previously closed off and only allowed limited light from three windows. By widening the front opening and breaking out the East and West walls, this now becomes a wonderful outdoor living room. The connection to this space was enhanced with a new steel curtain wall featuring three arched windows and doors. The new front entry is articulated with stone pilasters that help define and improve the hierarchy of the front of the home. The addition and height of the columns rise to support the eave, which has been dropped as a stylized bracket entablature. The front of the home is now clearly defined and gives it a more inviting manner.
A contemporary restoration by Hull Millwork with an outdoor living room and addition of a steel curtain wall featuring arched windows and doors.
An outdoor living room with a steel curtain wall featuring three arched windows and doors.
The view through the restored steel curtain entrance to an outdoor living space with three archways and doors.
Kitchen and family room in home with recent contemporary restoration by Hull Millwork.
A 1950’s home restored by Hull Millwork using French molding and details.

Park Hill Restoration

Built in a 1920s Period Revival neighborhood, this home, which was built later in the 1950s, stylistically fit well into the neighborhood. Inside however, a choppy interior was hard to navigate. Using European and French clues, Hull Millwork renovated the interior with French revival moldings and details.
To improve the flow of the home, the kitchen was moved to the center. In the family room the chimney was moved to the north wall, then the west wall opened to the rear yard and pool. A second floor sitting area off of the master bedroom was also added. On the exterior, the garage was moved from the rear of the property to the side, providing the owners a bluff view and opened up the backyard to a pool and better outdoor living space.

Park Hill Restoration

Built in a 1920s Period Revival neighborhood, this home, which was built later in the 1950s, stylistically fit well into the neighborhood. Inside however, a choppy interior was hard to navigate. Using European and French clues, Hull Millwork renovated the interior with French revival moldings and details.
To improve the flow of the home, the kitchen was moved to the center. In the family room the chimney was moved to the north wall, then the west wall opened to the rear yard and pool. A second floor sitting area off of the master bedroom was also added. On the exterior, the garage was moved from the rear of the property to the side, providing the owners a bluff view and opened up the backyard to a pool and better outdoor living space.
A 1950’s home restored by Hull Millwork using French molding and details.
A 1950’s home with a choppy interior was restored using French revival clues.
A 1950’s home restored by moving garage to the rear of the property providing the owners a view and opening up the backyard for a better outdoor living space.
A 1950’s home was restored by Hull Millwork, walls and garage were moved to open up the backyard for a pool and better outdoor living space.