Richter-Norton Architecture


Renovation / New Construction

Richter-Norton Architecture  pllc


Low cabinetry and lighting separate the Living Room and Kitchen, keeping the view from both sides

In the Living Room, the flat screen tv remains hidden behind a pocket-door when it is off;  adjacent 6” deep shelves.

deck house renovation:  living room built-in cabinetry

Built-in cabinetry to hide the television, hold CDs and more.

The wall of built-ins was created in order to hide the flat screen television when it wasn’t in use and store items which didn’t currently have a home. It was designed to mirror the  the fireplace and adjacent space for wood on the  opposite wall. Low Bookshelves are under the countertop which separates the Kitchen from the Living Room. Low cabinets form the edge of the first floor at the top of the stairs.

View in Living Room looking toward Kitchen, clerestory windows and fireplace wall.

Built-in cabinetry over the stair with quartz countertop which match the kitchen cabinetry

Low cabinets form the edge of the stair. Photo by Iman Woods