Overview

After living in the home for a few years, the owners had a pretty good grasp on how they wanted to use the main floor.  The big idea was-increase the size of and open up the kitchen and create a much more functional laundry room.  

The original layout of the main floor was not conducive to the open-floor-plan-entertainment style that the owners desired.  The kitchen had an awkward layout and an existing room that was thought to be an office was not being used for its intended purpose…literally sitting almost empty as a glorified closet space.  In order to develop the owners big idea, the bathroom needed to be relocated.  Fortunately, there was a simple solution with the unused “office” space that sat adjacent to the kitchen and existing laundry room.  The laundry room was moved to this existing unused “office” space.  With the existing laundry room space now open, the bathroom could be relocated there allowing the owners’ the ability to achieve their goals of expanding the kitchen and opening it up to the living spaces for entertaining.  The byproducts being a larger and more functional laundry space and more private bathroom, as well as a large open space perfect for entertaining.

Project

Kitchen, Bathroom and Laundry Remodel

Approximate cost

$100,000 – $150,000

What We Did

Designed & Remodeled the kitchen, laundry and bathroom spaces as well as the office and basement

“We hired Meyer Brothers and Sons to do an extensive renovation of the entire first floor of our home. We chose them, after meeting with several design-build firms, based on their architectural expertise, scheduling precision and willingness to work within our budget.
Jeremy is a talented architect that was able to listen to our needs and wants as a family, and translate them into plans that would work for our space. Joe Meyer was the construction manager for our project and was on-site often to make sure things were running smoothly and to handle any issues that arose. We always felt that it was easy to contact our project leaders with any questions or concerns.
Living through any type of renovation is stressful, but all the individuals who came into our home were respectful, punctual and professional. We have young children and really appreciated how they cleaned up all the work areas each evening and went out of their way to make sure things were as safe as possible while we were living through this project. Having a family owned business ourselves we also appreciate the dedication and work ethic it requires to create a successful company.”

Leigh GrauseAugust 2017 - Houzz