This 1960s split-level home was outdated in appearance and functionality for the family. Four small compartmentalized rooms, with numerous doorways and walls, caused congestion points and prevented family togetherness. The kitchen was tiny without a work area or storage. By removing the roof and interior walls, we created a vaulted ceiling and an open floor plan.
Updating the kitchen, we added a large kitchen island that incorporates optimum organization with incredible beauty. The kitchen, dining room, and TV area now flow together seamlessly. This one open space with 3 distinct functional areas, each designated by a stylish and purposeful element, accommodates family gatherings and entertaining.
“Raise the Roof” Look at this story’s progress for before, in-progress, and behind the scene looks”
2017 NARI Atlanta CotY Award Winner: Residential Interior over $150,000
Photography by Barbara Brown Photography