Janssen Kitchen & Living Areas
There were 2 main goals in this remodeled home which featured a classic split-entry floor plan, separating each living space with walls. The first goal was to create an open space to spend time together with family and friends. The second goal was to remodel the kitchen to provide more cabinetry and functionality for the homeowner’s use.
Removing Interior Walls, Maximizing Space
Working in design, the chosen plan was to completely remove the interior walls separating the living room, dining room, and kitchen. Removing a load bearing wall required a header to be installed supporting the weight. By replacing the wall with a header, that opened a huge space for a large island with additional cabinetry, seating area, and a spot for sewing.
Dining Room Before
Dining Room After Interior Walls Removed
Window Wall Before (left) & After (right)
Stove Wall Before (left) & After (right)
This kitchen features Caesarstone Quartz Countertops, Mozzafiato Frameless Cabinets, Seeded Glass Cabinet Doors, Coretec Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring, Subway Tile Backsplash, Pot Filler, Wall Oven/Microwave Combo, Range Hood, Warming Drawer, and a Mixer Lift.