Josh Pincus and Claudia Mendelson created MPink Design LLC. in 2006. MPink Design offers a full range of design services, including: Residential and boutique commercial building design, interior design and decorating, exterior and interior planning, kitchen and bathroom design, basement design, full home renovations and additions, custom furniture design, new custom residences and space planning for home, office and retail. MPink Design can help you create the space you were dreaming of or the one you never thought was possible. At MPink Design, we believe that design should be approached with new and innovative ideas. We focus on solutions that maximize the potential use of your space and combine these solutions with a critical attention to detail and materials while also providing service that is efficient in time and cost.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Closet Addition Nearing Completion.

The closet addition to our previous mudroom project is almost complete. The closet system went in today. This project filled in an unused porch area located above a mudroom addition we designed a few years ago. The owner wanted the new addition to be modern and sleek and stand out from the existing house. Dark stained cedar siding ties the new portion into the previous addition. We ended up removing and replacing some of the lower siding with the dark boards as well to pull it all together. More pics to come (without the large van). Once fall hits, the new facade will be very visible as it is currently veiled by foliage. 
Mostly veiled by foliage, the new cedar infill sits above the mudroom we designed a few years ago. Fall will bring a much more visible facade exposing the two windows. The East window serves the closet while a North facing window is over a small desk area off the master bedroom.  

The vertical wall flanking the doors entry was changed to the cedar to help tie the two floors together. 

The main conceptual idea behind the design was to carve the corner of the building out to represent a response from the noisy school nearby.  

The view from the driveway approach. The narrow trim around the new window provides a small shadow line around the new widow. The windows on the second floor of the addition relate to those below. 


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