Today’s project is a fun one to share! When we first met this customer they wanted to:
- Remodel their kitchen
- Remove the wall between their kitchen and living room
- Build a room addition that would be their new living room
- Convert their existing living room into a spacious dining room
Maybe this drawing will give you a better visual of what they wanted . . .
So we got to work brainstorming, estimating, and then finally remodeling their home! Here’s some of our favorites with how this job turned out:
1. The Open Layout
Our favorite transformation in this project was how open the area was after the remodel! The kitchen and dining room looked so much larger even though all we had done was remove a wall!
2. Room Addition
Adding on to your existing house can be very rewarding! This new room addition turned out beautiful and made the house feel brand new!
The customer wanted a fireplace from the very beginning but wasn’t sure if they could work it into the budget. In the end they decided to go ahead and it turned out to be the focal point of the new addition!
4. Matching Game
Whenever you remodel or add on to an existing house you always run into trying to match the original materials. This happened with the brick wainscot on this job. We found out that the original brick on the house was a color that no one sold anymore . . . but no worries! After some team work and a little ingenuity we ended up creating a custom stained brick that matched the rest of the house!
5. The Kitchen
Kitchen remodels always deserve their own paragraph. This kitchen got new cabinets and countertops along with undercabinet lighting, backsplash, and recessed lights. It all tied together nicely and made the customer very happy!
If you would like to see some more angles of this job, check out the YouTube video we created:
Thanks for reading! Feel free to comment on this job, ask questions, or contact us if you would like an estimate on your remodel!
Social tagging: Additions > Cabinets > Countertops > Dining Rooms > Fireplaces > Kitchens > Layout Change > Lighting > Living Rooms > Tile Backsplash