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The Challenge:

Remodeled front room

Remodeled front room

This home was built in 1955 it had good bones. The kitchen had been remodeled by a previous owner and half of the garage had been converted into a den/laundry room. The clients wanted to open up the kitchen, add another bathroom, and make the home flow better.

The Idea:

reshape the kitchen, remove a Bearing wall and open the kitchen to the living room. Create a new bathroom in the laundry room and replace the clogged galvanized pipes with PEX pipes. Relocate hallway entry to obscure view into the bedroom, relocated the water heater from a closet, add natural gas to a stove and water heater,

The Solution:

We settled on a great L-shaped kitchen and concrete counter tops, we removed a bearing wall and created a seating spot. We inserted the refrigerator into the hall to block it off and added a cabinet in the other hall. We rearranged the front room and refinished all of the floors. We added a bathroom in the laundry room.

The Details:

Recessed puck lighting, concrete counter tops, barn door, curbless shower, new gas water heater, PEX pipe replacement, reclaimed lumber stair into den,