Before The existing exterior featured many arched details and dated brick.
After The new exterior looks fresh and unique, with the incorporation of metal roofs on the dormers, and a great mix of color.
Before As you entered the existing home, the flooring, staircase, and layout did not allow flow from room to room.
After By reconstructing the staircase, creating an open railing, and incorporating wood flooring for a seamless transition, the new foyer is much more welcoming and functional.
BeforeTo move through the great room and into the dining, you had to step up through an awkward opening.
After With the addition of floor-to-ceiling windows, a wider opening, and a raised floor to be flush throughout, the space completely transformed into an open-concept layout.
The existing dining room was large, but our client wanted an open concept space, unlike the enclosed feeling that it gave before the remodel.
After By removing the wall and completely redesigning the layout of the kitchen and dining, our client can now enjoy entertaining while staying connected between each room.
The existing kitchen was dated and didn't maximize space or enhance the gorgeous views of the home.
After Now, transitioning from cooking, to dining, to washing dishes is easy, and the family has ample storage in their custom built-in cabinets.
The bedroom dormer and nearby laundry room didn't provide function or style that the client wanted.
Now, the family will enjoy sitting in the built-in bench with new and sleek windows, or using the laundry room with plenty of built-ins.
The lower level of the existing home was unfinished.
After The family now has a space to entertain and relax.
The unfinished lower level provided a great shell for creating an outstanding space.
After Now in that same space is a beautiful wet bar equipped with a T.V., beverage cooler, sink, dishwasher, lots of space, and designer lighting.