King's Way

King's Way

Weston, MA

At this Weston property, an interiors overhaul creates a welcoming, vibrant home for a couple and their two young children. LDa worked with the homeowners—including input from the kids!—to transform their recently purchased developer-designed house into a home completely tailored to the family’s style and needs. In addition to select renovations, the project involved new furnishings and décor in every room, with a focus on bright colors and bold, graphic patterns. 

Several of the home’s renovations involved creating kid-friendly spaces for the whole family to enjoy. Adjacent to the kitchen, a former sunroom was converted into a light-filled playroom, complete with creative toy and game storage, colorful furnishings, and a play loft. In the previously unfinished basement, new spaces include a cozy media room with a climbing wall, arts and crafts bar, and “playhouse” built into a nook under the stairs as well as a large home theater featuring a retractable movie screen, a “stage” for performances, and theatrical lighting. 

The refreshed kitchen is proof that selected updates can have a big impact. While the cabinetry and layout remained the same, a new backsplash, countertops, pendants, hardware, and bronze trim added to the range hood, paired with repainted millwork and several new appliances, give the room a completely new look. In addition, a wall of cabinets along the back of the home was replaced by three pairs of oversized French doors that open to a new pergola-covered patio, dramatically increasing the kitchen’s natural light and enhancing connections between the home and its expansive backyard.  

The project involved the renovation of seven bathrooms in a wide variety of styles, ranging room the fun yellow patterned wallpaper and penny tiles of the basement bath, to the sweet floral paper and bright red vanity, door, and mirror combo in the daughter’s bathroom, to the glamorous gold and neutral tones in the guest bath. The primary bathroom underwent a dramatic change, replacing an oversized platform jacuzzi and small shower stall with an elegant soaking tub and large, glass-enclosed shower to create a spa-like sanctuary. In the adjacent space, two closets were combined to create a sophisticated dressing room for the primary suite. 


Architect: LDa Architecture & Interiors

Interior Design: LDa Architecture & Interiors

Builder: M.F. Reynolds, Inc.

Photographer: Sean Litchfield Photography

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