These homeowners love to regularly entertain, but their house didn't provide a suitable atmosphere. The kitchen barely accommodated two people, the laundry room was not functional, and the house felt fragmented. Living spaces were compartmentalized and did not allow family and guests to easily gather together.
The homeowners wanted a large open concept area with a large functional kitchen that allows them to stay connected to children and guests. We removed all the walls between the kitchen, dining, and living areas, and reconfigured the laundry room to easily accommodate coats and boots.
The final result is an open concept living area, that allows family and friends to feel connected during gatherings.
Both Spotlight personnel and the trades people they contracted for portions of the project were professional and timely in their work and communicative throughout the project, so that there were no unwanted surprises.
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