Our clients came to us ready to update their dark and out-dated kitchen and dining room. Frequent entertainers, the current layout of separate dining space and kitchen was not functioning for them, and the dark cabinets, and single window in the kitchen made it feel even more crowded. After meeting with the clients to fully understand their needs, we developed a plan to create one large, bright room, perfect for friends and family gatherings. The large island offers ample prep space and a large sink, as well as seating. The kitchen also features a chef's range, a large bar, and custom backsplash.
While working on their kitchen, we also worked with these clients on their master closet with laundry. The current closet was too small for their needs, and the laundry room was inconveniently located on the first floor. Our design resolved both of these issues, creating the perfect dream closet.
Searching for a design firm to help them realize their dreams of a new, custom family home, a Wabash couple selected Society Design Company to develop a design that met the needs of their growing family.
The challenge was to create a "cottage-style" one-floor home with walkout basement that fills all of their spatial requirements, and was designed with the couples tastes (and budget) in mind.
This 4,500 square foot home features 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a screened-in porch, high basement ceilings, and an open main level plan that centers around a large island that serves as the heart of the home. Nestled in 6 acres of woods in North-Central Indiana, this custom home serves as a backdrop for many family memories.
Founder of Society Design, Stephen Allen has personally restored and remodeled his 1921 American Four-Square. Purchasing a true fixer-upper in an evolving neighborhood, he has blended his personal love of mid-century furnishings in this historic craftsman-inspired house. The redesign of this space shows how good features and furnishings through the ages can be blended to create a seamless aesthetic.
Designed and remodeled on a dime, this home demonstrates the talents and abilities of Society Design. This process has taken three-years and the remodel is still not complete. The kitchen and office are currently under construction. Stephen shows his love of home improvement and historic reuse through the blood, sweat, tears, and curse words that have gone into this remodel.