Bayard Drive

Every remodel comes with it’s own special set of challenges and this project was no exception. Surprise pipes, a chipped sink, and a faulty light tried to put a damper on this transformation but when it comes to remodeling, it’s all in a days work! Transforming this house built in 1925 was all about opening and brightening smaller spaces to create a hub of the home the family could enjoy together. The back part of the home originally housed a closed off kitchen and tiny bathroom & laundry room. We squeezed out a little more room for the powder bath after relocating the laundry room to the second floor and created a much needed mud room in it’s place. Removing the wall between the kitchen and dining room was a key, as was closing off two smaller windows in the kitchen and creating one much larger window over the sink. White custom cabinetry and an ooh la la wood island answered our clients request for a classic, light, and bright style…even the family’s sweet dog approves!

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