Harry Marks, Residential Estimator at Sigmon Construction, was featured on NC Design Online discussing a historic home in Oakwood, built in 1920 and closing in on its celebrating its centennial anniversary. This home underwent a whole house renovation with two goals in mind, to improve their quality of living as well as to preserve the historic culture. Both goals were accomplished and allow for another historic site in Raleigh to thrive for years to come.
Architect Meg McLaurin designed all the desired areas the family wanted to incorporate. Bill Myrick and Kevin Pippin of Myrick’s Cabinet Shop showcase beautiful craftsmanship through all the custom cabinets in the home. Interior Designer, Gay Eatman, provided the beautiful finish work that truly makes this house a home. Raleigh is home to many historic resources, but with the threat of urbanization and losing many of the cultural distinctions that define the city, it is a joy to see families who utilize and revitalize the space they have. Check out the full feature here: http://blog.statedesign.com/?p=8862