The Setting: A beautiful Tudor home on a tree-lined street in a well-established neighborhood. The home is very comfortable blessed with plenty of natural light and a backyard oozing with charm.
The Dilemma: The home isn’t working spatially for a family with three growing boys. Everyone feels piled on top of each other, all the time.
The Plan of Attack: We start with a third story attic build out and the project scope grows from there. The clients need more than additional square footage; they need a better flow to their spaces and adjacencies. We plan to move the kitchen, then the dining room, turn the staircase, and then place the family room where the kitchen used to be! One year in, we are now planning the spaces, finessing the architectural details and finishes, and sourcing furniture and fixtures.
We Start: Demolition is done. Framing has begun! I invite you on this remodeling journey with me, over the next 6 months, as we progress from a twinkle in the eye of my clients to the finished project! I will be sharing the ups and downs, highs and lows of a remodeling project.