Expanded Spaces

This growing family had outgrown their classic 1970s home. It was time to open things up to create more functional layouts for a more family-friendly home.

Walls – who needs them? Completely opening the kitchen to the dining and living room, this transitional kitchen design makes the house feel bigger, and allows the whole family to be together. The bright and clean space provides lots of storage, and the large island is great for entertaining, all while maintaining a clean timeless design. The new open concept added a lot of natural light, which was accentuated further by extra pot lights and pendants. Beautiful custom white cabinets, some with glass cabinet fronts and soffit lighting for display, keep it feeling light and clean.

New windows throughout bring a much-needed style upgrade and energy efficiency over the original aluminum. New hardwood, carpet, doors and trims bring a fresh and updated feel to the entire house. We moved the master bedroom downstairs with the other bedrooms and put a den in its place. These layout adjustments eliminated the partitioned-off feeling that is common from that era of home. With an easy flow between upstairs and downstairs, we were happy to welcome the family back home.