A cheerful, modern update takes a geodesic dome home from dark and outdated to open and airy.
Located on a picturesque lakefront setting in the Berkshire town of Becket, Massachusetts, this 2,567 square-foot building has been revamped into an ideal holiday home for a Boston couple and their friends and family.
Originally built in the 1980s, the home was outdated with wall-to-wall carpeting, small living areas, dark wood paneling, and heating and electrical issues. Local firm Jess Cooney Interiors led the nine-month renovation of the entire house—including the master loft, living areas, basement rooms, and an extensive kitchen remodel.
See the full story on Dwell.com: A Geodesic Dome Shines With a Light and Bright Makeover
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