These Belleville homeowners had had enough of the 1970s floor-to-ceiling spindles that separated the dining and living rooms, and wanted a much more open and updated space for entertaining.
We took down two walls, and opened up their kitchen and dining room to create a larger kitchen with eat-in space and an island. The new butler's pantry holds their glassware and other accessories for entertaining, as well as kitchen pantry supplies. New cabinets, flooring, countertops, backsplash, paint and fixtures made this formerly choppy layout a better fit for the family.
This is my second project with DreamMaker and I am very pleased. Everything was on schedule. They did a fantastic job.