Complete remodel of home built in the 1970's.
Kitchen/Dining Room Remodel
The owners of this house knew when they bought it that they wanted to open up the kitchen/dining/living areas. There was a wall between the kitchen and dining room, giving the areas a closed in feeling. The dining room was always dark, as there was no natural light flowing into the room. Alternate support was provided so the load bearing wall could be removed between the kitchen and dining room, as well as parts of the wall between the kitchen/dining room and the living area. Cabinets and appliances were rearranged, and a large island was installed, along with new lighting, flooring and countertops and paint. The entire area now has a more spacious, bright and airy feel to it.
This carriage house was designed as a flex space for some great clients. It serves as an entertaining space, meeting space, home office, and even guest quarters - the shelves slide open to reveal Murphy beds. The compact but full kitchen and full bath increase the functionality of the entire space. The vaulted ceiling with decorative trusses increases the spacious feeling. The walkout basement serves as a workshop and storage area.
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