Columbus Park Shotgun by RedesignKC in Kansas City, Missouri

Project: Columbus Park Shotgun
Architects: RedesignKC
Location: Kansas City, Missouri, USA
Area: 1,600 sf
Photographs by: Courtesy of RedesignKC

Columbus Park Shotgun by RedesignKC

The Columbus Park area of Kansas City has received an upgrade in the form of an interesting new modern home designed by RedesignKCThe Columbus Park Shotgun residence is a two-story home with 1,600 square feet of living space for a young family with two children. The first floor features an open plan and a strong connection to the backyard area while the upper floor is more of a private area.

This home was a new construction infill project in the Columbus Park area of Kansas City, Missouri. The clients are design savvy young business owners with two young children.
This new family house is a two-story modern “shotgun” home. The first-floor plan is open, with views from the entry point to the back yard. Upon entry, you are greeted by a modest dining space and the entry stairwell. The stair is a focal point in the house, with custom built-ins and decorative mid-century style railing.

The spacious kitchen is the central area of the main floor. Modern shaker cabinets in white are accented by a handmade subway tile, floating shelves, and beautiful marble. The island highlights the marble with a grand waterfall edge. The living space is a step lower than the kitchen and features industrial finished concrete floors, an electric fireplace, and a glass garage door.

The house is filled with unique features. Brushed brass in both the plumbing and lighting fixtures, bold wallpapers, black ceilings, black shiplap walls, patterned tile, reclaimed wood beams, plus an open concept master suite with the shower in the bedroom.

-Project description and images provided by RedesignKC


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Author: Fidan Jovanov


A young enthusiast with a passion for home decor and architecture, I love writing articles that inspire and guide readers in transforming their spaces into stylish, functional, and beautiful environments.


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