Forum Title: Remodeling Project
I have a young couple that just bought their first house that's requested that I help them with a couple of projects around the house. I have a small man crew and am trying to slowly start a small business. Most of my clients go to my church. Well this couple has asked me to help them with figuring out how they can update their house. One of the biggest concerns that the wife expressed was that there is no way to clearly define spaces in their house and as a result, the entire bottom floor will have to be painted the same color because all of the walls connect to the different rooms. They're wanting to find a way that they can define their space, but not lose the open floor plan. The wife hates the cut-out wall, but I explained to her that she would be talking about some serious money to remove that. I mean maybe she could get rid of that and do pony walls at the entrance of the house and then have another one coming out from the sliding glass area separating the dining room from the kitchen. I just have no clue how to explain to this couple that they are talking about changing their entire floor plan by doing this and yet they still want it open. Any thoughts on how you would tackle this? This is a picture taken from the combined living/dining room to show the hallway and cut-out wall. On the other side of the cut-out wall opposite side of the door, there's an open space separating the dining room from the kitchen. There's a sliding glass door on that back wall where the dining room is. The hopes is that they could separate this dining room from the kitchen. Hope that makes sense
Category: General Contractor Post By: NATHANIEL GREGORY (Carmel, IN), 03/03/2018

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