A few weeks ago, we had the pleasure of celebrating the completion of a whole house renovation with the Kutch family. This renovation completely changed the flow and appearance of the entire home.
The original floor plan was very awkwardly “cut up” into several small rooms. We reconfigured the main living spaces and bedrooms to create a more open concept floor plan. By removing the walls to the original master bedroom, a guest bath and two bedrooms, we were able to create a more expansive master suite with large master closet and spacious master bath as well as a larger space for the kitchen, which was relocated to the back of the house and opened up to the living room. The old kitchen location was converted to a new guest bedroom/home office.
Here are a few before and after pictures of the project:
Master bath, before:
Guest bath, before and after:
We had such a great time celebrating the completion of this project with the homeowners and sharing the new space with their friends and family.
As always, there was a delicious spread of food, including several items prepared by the homeowner. Bob provided one of his signature dishes, pulled pork sliders with blue cheese cole slaw. No one went home hungry!
Ever the perfectionists, even when the job is finished we’re still examining, analyzing and discussing techniques and materials used on a project.
Everyone agreed the project turned out beautifully, thanks in large part to the efforts of Mary Todd (l), our design associate on the project and Terry Simon (r), project craftsman.
Another successful project and a wonderful evening spent with some truly hospitable (and fun!) clients.