CROSS POINT | RENOVATION + HOME FURNISHING
The ground floor of this 1990's tract home was not functioning well for this family of 4. The kitchen was long with an awkward central island that made cooking difficult. The living room felt separated from the kitchen with a strange angled wall. The pantry was overflowing. The laundry room was too small.
Let's start over. We removed the wall separating the kitchen from the living room, absorbed the breakfast area and extended the kitchen, closed up the strange pass-through from the dining to the living, widened the opening from dining to kitchen, and created a mudroom where there was none before. Also, we made it pretty. Natural materials, beams, shiplap, and new super-custom cabinetry with every organizational doo-dad you could dream of. Buh-bye PotteryBarn Gold, and hello light, fresh, and airy farmhouse.
Scroll all the way down to see the amazing before-and-afters. They are not to be missed.
Construction: DSM Construction