Before an After: we opened up some walls to create a more open feel, for better flow between the kitchen, dining room and living room. At the same time we raised the ceiling height in the kitchen and dining rooms, and made the new wood support beams with black hardware a focal point.
This 1927 Seattle home had a very small kitchen and an even smaller adjoining eating nook. We removed the wall between them to create a larger, more open kitchen, replacing everything along the way including new cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, black granite countertops and oak flooring to tie in with the rest of the house, plus new energy efficient windows throughout the house. www.flyingdormer.com
Built-in Ikea closet system in 1927 house. With only a tiny closet in the master bedroom of this old Seattle home, we opened one wall, insulated it, and modified the Ikea closets to fit under the angled roof, so no floor space was lost. www.flyingdormer.com