Owner's dream: Remove Closet and Walls

We understood the customer's dream to remove an existing closet and several walls.

We began with the removal of several structural walls and closet. We found that the previous contractor had incorrectly removed structural wood posts. We secured the structural integrity of the building with wood and steel.

We proceeded to expand the opening between
the Kitchen and Butler Pantry, which included relocating waste and water lines from the second floor.

We upgraded the existing electrical and installed a 440-volt electrical system for the entire home.

You can enjoy the illumination of the cabinetry and kitchen, by the pendant lights, recessed lights, under cabinet lights, and curio lights in the glass door cabinets,

Note the brick pattern Subway tile from the counter top to the ceiling, in the kitchen and the Butler Pantry. Take special notice of the decorative tile area above the range.

The chimney style hood was vented to the exterior.

The unique sitting area, near the rear entry, was finished with beadboard paneling and wall cabinets up to the ceiling., trimmed with crown molding.

General Contractor / Remodel: E D Enterprises, Inc.
Michael Alan Kaskel Photography

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Jennifer Ackerman added this to Jennifer's Ideas21 May 2021

Gathering place vibe; mud-room function with coats/shoes

Kathleen Maxwell added this to Kitchen18 January 2021

closed in hooks...bring one cabinet down beside counter.

rarchibald added this to mudroom7 July 2020

this mudroom/entry is in the kitchen. Saves space/construction costs.

Jackson Stoneworks added this to Bench2 May 2020

I love the bead board for the sitting area in this one.

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