Collection by Luke Hopping

These Gut Renovations Make the Case for Going Big When Remodeling

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Reworked from top-to-bottom, these historic structures were spared the wrecking ball.

A row of Nahtrang pendant lights creates an axis, anchored by the enormous custom bookcase framing the dining room...
A classic piece like this Eames lounge chair appears dressed down next to a hammock in the office space.
Seeking more space and a seamless transition to the outdoors, Steve and Colleen Nusinow of Redondo Beach, California,...
Sweet’s renovation scheme included recreating the couple’s backyard as a natural extension of their living room.
In the kitchen, matte Caesarstone tops an island composed of custom millwork and stainless-steel Ikea cabinetry.
Margarita McGrath and Scott Oliver of Noroof Architects termed the 1,650-square-foot house in Greenpoint, Brooklyn,...
Lawrence and Alice confer in the ground-floor kitchen.
The house has many unexpected splashes of color, and exposed industrial materials are used throughout.
The formerly dark basement kitchen now feels much lighter, thanks to the addition of white oak floor boards, bright...
“The building was essentially rebuilt from the inside out,” Webster says.
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