The addition encompasses a playroom and bedroom of every little girlâ€™s dream (it is commonly believed young Maggie came away with the best room in the house, complete with her own artwork blown up into wallpaper). An upstairs study and an airy downstairs master with soaring ceiling were added, all while preserving the structure and integrity of the original home. One original bathroom was renovated as part of this project, and another was added in the mudroom. The Terry family was uprooted for nearly a year while the renovation was completed, but Meg says it was well worth the wait, and she says that she has no plans to renovate anything ever again. Maybe. (Top) Meg worked with a Canadian company to create wallpaper panels for daughter Maggieâ€™s room using the young artistâ€™s original work. (Bottom) The Heirloom Companies crafted the second-story railing based on a sketch Meg provided. The decision to eliminate a wall from the original plan created a light-filled landing the Terrys use as a study - an inviting perch for book lovers of all ages.
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