The existing floorplan of this home heavily compartmentalized rooms, restricting full use and suffocating the perceived sense of proportion and space. We gutted the main floor interior walls, removing obstructions between the dining room, family room, living room and kitchen. The next step was to integrate newly updated surfaces and decorative style: hardwood floors, cherry cabinets, granite kitchen and bathroom countertops, custom tilework and new stainless appliances with the more open architectural style.
Upgrades under the hood included the significant improvements to the home's wall and attic insulation and new, energy efficient Anderson double-hung windows throughout. To keep the home's exterior in line with it's new interior, we re-sided in cedar, added a stone facade and front entry portico and expanded from a two-car to a three-car garage.
The new kitchen features an eight-by-four foot center island with granite countertop and prep-sink and is flanked by a new mud room connecting it to the upgraded laundry room with high-efficiency appliances as well as a new powder room and office.