The Project

We remodeled a 1980s town home that had a boxy layout. The traffic patterns in the space were all off due to wall and furniture placements. When working with smaller spaces, we try to maximize the footprint as much as possible. The result was an open and airy first floor. Now, the homeowner can have a conversation with guests that are a room (or two) apart! 

The Living Room

The Kitchen

The Master Bedroom 

The Master Bathroom

Before the Remodel 

Bye, bye walls – hello open kitchen. The kitchen had a horrible suspension and was all walled off. We opened up the kitchen to the main living room and it made a world of difference! We wanted to make it more spacious and give it an airy feel. Better lighting and room to maneuver is essential in this area. We added a built-in microwave in maximize the space even further.

We created a cozy reading nook off the kitchen were the dining room used to be. We moved the formal dining to the front room to allow a nice open great room feel in the back of the town home. This is a better layout for entertaining because it allows overflow space for guests to comfortably spread out. 

We updated the master suite by gutting everything and installing all new tile, fixtures, vanities, and more.

We are really happy with how this project turned out and hope the homeowners have many years of fond memories in this newly designed space. Thanks for following along! Let us know your tricks for maximizing your space. Storage? Furniture layout? Lighting? We want to know! Send us your questions or comments.