This is a renovation of a home built in 1820, added onto in 1970 and reinterpreted in 2018. The interior was gutted including the stair to the third floor loft and ceiling in the kitchen. The ceiling was reinforced and beams from a barn in Maine were used to highlight the height of the space. Off white ship-lap pine was used on the walls. The original southern yellow pine floors were patched and refinished. Brick was used in the kitchen to lend authenticity to the interior. The final project is light, airy, eclectic and comfortable year round.