Timeless Kitchen and Family Room Remodel
Our goal was to make this house look and feel like it was meant to be built this way. With no increase to the footprint of the house, the homeowners have significantly more usable, livable space. We took advantage of every inch we were given, leaving no wasted space. To achieve this, we removed several clipped corners, as well as awkward angles that created dead space. We also removed end walls that created an unnecessary definition between the living room, kitchen, and eating area. We wanted to increase the functionality of this home, but still maintain the original flow that the homeowners really enjoyed. To do this, we also included a butler’s pantry area that supports the main kitchen work space during events and that also includes a beverage center behind sliding pocket doors. We created a smarter and more fluid floor plan that meets their needs for everyday and for large scale entertaining.
Main view of the kitchen photo credit Mike Roloff
View from the family room which includes the butler's pantry in the background photo credit Mike Roloff
Family room area photo credit Mike Roloff
Butler's pantry with beverage center photo credit Mike Roloff
Fireplace feature wall photo credit Mike Roloff