After twenty years in their custom home, these homeowners wanted a main floor upgrade that was better suited to the needs of their growing family and evolving lifestyle.
An impressive high-gloss column provides both architectural interest and engineering functionality after removal of several walls opened up the main floor living space.
Featuring high ceilings and extensive use of windows, skylights and patio doors, this generous family room is full of natural light.
Sleek and contemporary, the kitchen features an integrated laundry area, two walk-in pantries and a massive L-shaped island.
Formerly separated down a long hallway, the dining room walls were reconfigured to connect the space directly to the kitchen and family room.
Suffering from a poorly constructed extension, this traditional farmhouse nearly doubled in size while preserving its natural 'fit' on the creekside property.