These homeowners came to us because they wanted to renovate the majority their home, but they wanted to focus on the kitchen, dining room and living room areas. Their main concern was accessibility and universal design since they are both retired and have minor health issues. The clients were comforted to see that not only could we explain the different design options available to them, but we also have extensive experience with engineering and producing innovative design solutions for the aging in place design concept.
The goal was to open up the kitchen, dining room and living room to produce the space needed to reconfigure traffic patterns to ensure flow and accessibility. Both of the homeowners love to cook, so we increased the total countertop workspace and installed fully-integrated, top of the line appliances, which blend in seamlessly with the furniture grade cabinetry. By removing the existing walls that separated the kitchen, dining room and living room, we were able to open up the entire space and create a fully-functional, distinctive space with all of for as long as they own their home.