This project literally transformed the back half of a Bridgewater home—starting with a bump out of the kitchen and dining nook, after which we removed the wall between the kitchen and family room area, and remodeled all of the involved spaces including the family room, hallway, and an adjacent bathroom. We’ll let the photos tell the story…
Take a moment to compare the above photo to the below photo. In the lower photo, you can see the small counter peninsula, which was removed to make room for a cozy corner dining booth (shown above).
Meanwhile, the old wall full of cabinets…
…was replaced with beautiful custom cabinetry providing more storage space and a small task counter:
In the below photo, the original floor plan had a small doorway leading from the kitchen into the family room:
By removing the wall between the kitchen and family room, we opened up the entire area for more light and circulation space:
A second sliding glass door was installed between the kitchen and living room to provide more convenient, centrally located access to the back yard:
With the wall opened up, the family room underwent a remodel… from this:
Last but not least, we updated the adjacent bathroom… from this:
Click here to see the brand new deck we built on the back of this same home.