Basement Kitchenette/Bar

Wilson-Covington installed this lovely kitchenette in a formerly unfinished basement area in a historic home in Winston-Salem, NC. You can see the former coal scuttle in the top corner above the sink that was turned into a window well allowing more natural light into the space.

 

Transforming Elmwood, 1805 Timber-Framed Home

The before and after photos really speak for themselves to show the extent of work performed by Wilson-Covington on this vernacular Georgian home in Oxford, NC.

 

Siding Detail

South Side After

Interior Stair Rebuilt

Inscribed Brick

East Side Before

Interior Before

North Side Before

South Side Before

West Side Before

North Side Before

South Side Before

Living Room Mantle Restored

North Side After

Laundry/Powder Room Mantle Restored

Interior Before

Interior Before

Decorative Plaster Move

Wilson-Covington is currently doing a whole-house remodel and restoration of a 1929 home in Winston-Salem, NC. This project includes adding a residential elevator to access three floors. In order to make room for the elevator shaft a wall in the main hall had to be moved approximately 2′. This required moving a piece of decorative plaster crownmolding almost 90 years old. Wilson-Covington carpenters carefully removed this piece, framed new wall, and replaced.