Our clients wanted to achieve several goals with this whole home remodel. They had a front stoop foundation leak problem that needed to be fixed. They also wanted to eliminate the stippled ceilings, add a family room open to the kitchen, and a custom created location to display a beautiful glass sculpture.
As a design build firm, our additional objective was to create a more inviting street/entry elevation. We visualized a front entry that added charm rather than a front door that dumped guests into the dining room at an old stone planter.
Front Entry and Art Niche
By creating a functional, exciting new front entry, we solved both the water and aesthetics issues. The entry has a properly water proofed foundation and a see-through location for the glass sculpture.
The remodeled entry now invites guests into the living room. We added a family room that encompasses a media area, a game table, and a wine buffet.
In the kitchen, we built a pantry from a garage niche, which created enough storage to need fewer cabinets and allowed for a more open layout. The existing cabinets were reused in the kitchen and buffet. Function, cost and creativity were our accomplished goals.
Handcrafted Homes, Inc. won a 2009 CotY Award for the category “Entire House Under $250,000” for this remodeling project.
- After View of Home Exterior
- Before View of Home Exterior
- Closer Look at Front Entry
- After View of Rear Exterior of Home
- After View of the Art Niche Where the Front Door Once Stood
- Before View of the Entry and Front Door
- After View from Dining Room Through to Family Room
- Before View from Dining Room Through to Sunroom
- After View of Kitchen
- Before View of Kitchen
- After View from Living Room into Family Room