A Victorian Home In New Jersey Gets Restored To Its Former Glory

This Victorian home was originally built in 1891 and has undergone a complete transformation by Workshop/APD, located in Asbury Park, New Jersey.

The architect worked to preserve the inherent charm of the original structure while bringing it to its former glory. The space was thoughtfully opened up to create an authentic and inviting atmosphere.

This involved incorporating lighter-toned woods and expansive windows, as well as removing certain walls that previously segmented the living areas.

Independent artisans on Etsy were contracted to build custom pieces throughout this home, including these tree stump stools in the foyer.

The living room features a suspended fire orb, creating an attractive focal point in this space.

The dining room features a custom-fabricated table with a steel top, hosting up to twelve guests. The seating is a mix of custom benches and Hans Wegner Wishbone Chairs.

Just off the foyer is this games room, featuring bleached wood floors and wallpaper that resembles wood paneling. A walnut ping pong table has a leather net for a touch of luxury.

On the second level, two bedrooms were combined to create an expansive bedroom suite. At the center of this room is a glass box shower with a black and white floral mural.

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