Historical spaces are always full of interesting architectural details, and this ‘Christian’ house renovation is no different. Matt Gibson took charge of the project and determined that the age old beauty would now also be able to be enjoyed from the outside in– exposing the brick in multiple interior locations.
Not only is the brick plenty exposed indoors, but the other elements tend to be built in, from the perfectly placed lighting, wood plank flooring, and carefully selected (and yet minimal) furnishings. The kitchen is virtually non-existent with cabinets and countertops that flow seamlessly into the rest of the living areas. White chairs also blend in to the scenery as the architectural lighting and leather upholstery takes center stage.