How to Repurpose a Room During a Home Remodel

October 26, 2011

Saratoga Remodeling Plans - BeforeAre the needs of your family slightly different than your home’s layout? Right now we’re working on a remodel in Saratoga for a client with this problem: They didn’t have need for a fourth bedroom, and instead opted for a much larger walk-in closet, a bigger master bath and a spacious laundry room.

A big perk to working with a design-build firm is the benefit of their designer and builder working together to create a floor plan that is well suited for your family’s needs. If they can borrow or eliminate space during a bathroom remodel or other project, and it makes sense for the overall floor to a home, why not?

CAGE Design Build’s Kelly Funk has a lot of experience changing floor plans around in her years of experience as a designer. She’s transformed dining rooms into a larger kitchen, a bedroom into a larger master bath for an adjoining room, and even relocated a kitchen into another part of the home, all while keeping the natural flow throughout the home; you don’t want anyone that visits your home to know the room was moved from another location.

Saratoga Remodeling Plans - BeforeThe current Saratoga remodeling project was accomplished by taking over the fourth bedroom, which they didn’t need as they already have a home office on the other end of the house. In addition to the remodel’s master bath, walk-in closet and laundry room expansion, this design also keeps the laundry room door from being visible in common spaces like the kitchen and entry way.

Does your family have different needs than your floor plan provides? Contact us to find out how we can remodel your home to transform it into your dream home!

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