Northshore Magazine

January/February 2013

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���It has the level of detail and refinement that a woman would incorporate, like kitchen shelves that roll out and lights in all the closets. There is different beautiful lighting in all the rooms.��� She bought a 2,200-square-foot condominium in what was previously a singlefamily house reconfigured into two spacious units by Sara del Rio of Hamilton���s Castle del Rio, Architects. Hayes���s condominium occupies the top two floors, where she lives in a large, open space that comprises a kitchen, living and dining rooms, a home office and a spare bedroom, a TV room, three bathrooms, and even a deck. Best of all, it is located in the same central Salem neighborhood she has come to love. ���The house had good bones to begin with,��� says del Rio. ���It had beautiful, large windows. We modernized it and made it more open and spacious when we took down the walls between the kitchen, living, and dining rooms.��� Once Hayes bought her dream home, she turned to Sally Wilson of Salem���s Wilson Kelsey Design, who was recommended to her by a friend to help incorporate her family furniture into her spacious new digs. room to move Above, Hayes���s open-plan home includes a kitchen and living room; a wall between the two was taken down during a restructuring by Castle del Rio, Architects. merging assets Opposite, at top, a bedroom, and, at bottom, an antique bureau in Hayes���s home. Sally Wilson of Wilson Kelsey Interiors was recommended to Hayes by a friend to help her incorporate her newly acquired antique family furniture into her existing collection. 150 NSJanFeb13_FE_Home.indd 150 11/19/12 10:37 AM

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