Manhattan Modern

If you remember about a year ago, I posted pictures of my brother and sister-in-law's Manhattan, KS Midcentury home they bought...

They've worked very hard on it for quite a while and still have more they'd like to do.  Here are some updates they've made so far:
They laid new white oak floors themselves, knocked down "jail cell" walls to the kitchen, and opened up the interior staircase to the basement.  Painted cement boards surround the central "shaft."  The floating wood shelf is also custom built by the two of them.

They are great at creating small, creative, architectural details such as this walnut-wrapped shelf:

The hallway to the kitchen from the entry way:
[It also houses a creative closet on the left you can't see the details of, new lighting solutions, and no doors or headers in the way of the view]

The dining area [without a table at the moment]:

The bedroom:

There are also other great things they've done to the home that I don't yet have photos of, including the bathroom, and the studio/office with a bright yellow sliding barn door!

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