Originally built in 1904, this home was in dire need of an renovation. Aside from upgrades to the kitchen and other spaces on the main floor, much work was required to provide the owners with a sufficient master suite without breaking their budget. In order to do so this, we opened the existing attic space to the second floor. This provided us with enough additional floor area, albeit not an addition, for a bathroom, laundry room, and closets to accommodate the master bedroom. In addition, vaulting the ceilings made the bedroom feel larger. Meanwhile, on the main floor, the kitchen, guest bathroom, mudroom, and office were renovated both for functionality and aesthetic appeal.