When designing spaces for our remodels, form weighs equally with function. From a Design-Remodeler perspective, we think about the functionality of the space and if the movement of a wall is possible or within a client’s budget. However, we also consider how that space will look and feel. While many of our remodels add needed space to a family’s home, even those additions of space and function are most successful when they are aesthetically pleasing. Whether working on our own or collaborating with an architect or interior designer, function, engineering, and design are always on our mind.
In this blog, we will walk through two design focal points we have created for our clients and the thought process around each of those focal points and how, as a result, the design transformed the space.
The Fireplace and Built-in as a Focal Point:
For this home, the original design of the living room, off the kitchen, was a sunken space with a fireplace and built-ins. While fully functional, t...