We added that window! And check out the oversized paver driveway!
The floating wall creates a dramatic entrance while providing some privacy for the living space.
Bi-parting 12 foot sliding doors allow for a seamless indoor/outdoor transition. We tied the oversized kitchen window in to open the whole back of the house to the backyard.
A view from the inside.
The study in the front of the house. We added that window to bring in some more natural light.
We added this custom-built wall of storage in a secondary bedroom, not only to increase storage space, but also to hide a furr down that could not be moved.
This bathroom didn't exist! We gave the secondary bedroom its own bathroom by taking 2 existing closets and converting them into a smaller closet and a bathroom.
We took what was a sunroom, raised the roof, added some square footage, and made it into a tremendous kitchen with 9 foot ceilings!
By incorporating the sunroom into the house, we eliminated French doors and made it one large space, allowing for a breakfast space with indoor/outdoor entertaining options!
Best way to see what we added to the back of the house. We removed the roof to create 9' ceilings and extend the back of the house in 2 directions, expanding the living room and tripling the size of the kitchen. This allowed us to bring the utility room inside the house and create a tremendous space for entertaining.
Another great way to see the impact of the sunroom remodel and the addition!