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This is late 1970s household with an enclosed kitchen. The owners wanted to have a more ‘open’ concept with natural lighting. They hired an architect to design and draw the plans, and came to us to implement the plan. They gave us a photograph of the desired final look.
Eliminate multiple walls and have an exposed glu-lam beam to support the roof. Use bamboo in the cabinetry.
We eliminated multiple walls in the kitchen, added 6 tall windows for natural lighting including 2 casement windows for ventilation. We also added a large skylight to the kitchen, installed a 30 foot glu-lam beam, upgraded the kitchen electrical/lighting plan. The results were spectacular.
Velux skylight, Pella windows, 30 foot architectural glu-lam beam, Cabinetry and flooring were done outside of the contract.
Time Frame 6 weeks
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