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  • Writer's pictureJessica Foster

Home Renovation: Making a House a Home

As a professional contractor, we strive to meet the desires of our clients when they choose us for their renovation needs. To achieve this, it’s important for us to be experienced with multiple types of projects, to not only be able to carry out a job, but to carry out said job efficiently while also meeting the wishes of our clients. As such, we were excited to take on a large-scale renovation project that encompassed multiple rooms in a house.

This house in particular had recently been bought by our client. Though it was the perfect location to be close to family, the house itself was dated, and the client wanted the set-up changed to suit them and their family. One issue was the entrance to the house; people would come in from the garage into the laundry which also acted as the mudroom. However, this space wasn’t large enough to effectively serve as a mudroom. It was noted that the laundry room shared a wall with the master bathroom, which had an excessive amount of space. To solve both these issues, we moved that wall, allowing that excessive space in the master bathroom instead be used for the laundry room. With more space, we could add storage to the laundry room, so people entering could hang up their coat, put away their shoes, and so on. To finish up that room, a new floor was added as well as a utility sink, new appliances, cabinetry, etc.

More spaces that needed an overhaul were the upstairs bathroom and the kitchen. For the kitchen, the original design wasn’t very functional as the placement of the sink wasn't great. We fixed these issues, and similar to the laundry room, new appliances were added, new countertops, and new flooring. Additionally, right next to the kitchen was a wall for the fireplace and a large niche in the wall. Aside from these features, the wall was bland and not pleasing. We were able to make this space more appealing by adding a stone wall, and putting a coffee bar where the wall niche was. This made the wall unique and a feature in itself. Then, there was the upstairs bathroom. This was a shared bathroom and not very spacious, so we employed a similar method we used for the laundry room and master bathroom. The bathroom was next to an extra bedroom with closet space, so this closet space was eliminated and added to the bathroom. More space meant we could add a large, double vanity for the shared bathroom as well as a large shower.

All of these changes allowed us to transform this house into a perfect home for our client, one specifically tailored to meet their needs. Here at Fine Remodeling, we are your Delaware contractor dedicated to delivering projects of the utmost quality. Get in touch with us about your next renovation project so you can be sure it's done right the first time. Visit our contact us page and see our calendar to select a day/time for a discussion about your project.


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