Designer Howard Robbins changed his “oppressive” kitchen into a roomy, beautiful cooking and living space.27. The Natos’ attic used to look like the kind you’d see in a scary movie.
A contemporary remodel completely updated the look of this once-declining mid century modern home in Utah. Monk’s Home Improvements made this laundry room a stylish new spot with new cabinets, countertops, and paint. Designer Jayme Guokas salvaged this 1880 row house, taking it down to the bones and bringing it back up with reclaimed and locally sourced materials for a beautifully updated home. A kids’ bathroom gets seaside-inspired updates in this renovation. With added beadboard, a new sink, toilet, and shelving, this remodel looks great. But now it looks like the attic of your dreams, with loads of living space, cute sleeping nooks, and dormer windows-with enough room for office space or a sleeping baby! This master bedroom closet had lots of space, but not a lot of function. Boarded up windows, a failing roof, and trash everywhere.
Whether you’re knocking down walls, gutting your kitchen, or just throwing on a few coats of paint, there’s inspiration to be found among completed projects.
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This means that the roof is lower than regular two-storey homes, making it easier to access during cleaning, renovation and repairs.There’s plenty of color now with a rich stained crown molding and a pool blue hue on the walls.Plus, there’s much more light with a newly opened wall. The chain link fence at the top of the driveway made One House One Couple‘s home look anything but inviting.The 6,000 square foot building had been converted into six apartments and sat abandoned for 25 years before the family went to work on it.A new roof, porch, windows, and resurrected clapboard completely updated the home’s exterior.These will help you have a successful renovation without spending a fortune on your project. If you only have one vehicle, you can transform your 2-car garage into more living space by adding an additional room into half of the garage to allow a single vehicle to park on the untransformed garage area.