This is a 19th century house being renovated to accommodate church activities. Here are some pictures showing work-in-progress.
This Rowayton home had a teeny kitchen with a wall and a door way separating it from a teeny dining room.
The concept here was that one combined space of a decent size is far better than two really cramped spaces. With the help of kitchen designer Rob Morris, and Cabinets by Vermont Custom Cabinets, Bradshaw Contruction transformed the space into a very functional eat-in kitchen. No dining room was the right call for this active young family whose lifestyle centered around their kitchen.
Since 1985, Bradshaw Construction has met the challenges of complex structural building, restoration and renovation as shown here during the reconstruction of the New Canaan Congregational Church bell tower and steeple. With the same skill and experience, we approach all our residential and commercial projects.
Combining hands-on supervision, superb craftsmanship and meticulous attention to detail we strive to complete every project, no matter what size or scope, on time and on budget. It is important to us that the client and the contractors share a positive experience from the planning stages to the completion of this often daunting process.
Working with Nadler’s plans, Norwalk builder Bob Bradshaw did away with the bathroom and turned the rooms on either side into one spacious dining space with a cozy sitting area at one end. The old tub found a new home in the builder’s Vermont house. “It’s a beautiful tub; I’m a big believer in recycling,” Bradshaw says.