Whether you have an older home that you’d like to modernize or you simply want to upgrade with extensive remodeling, a whole-home remodel is a solid choice. Your home should be a reflection of you; it should show your style and suit your needs. A whole-home remodel is a good way to make sure your home’s interior flows well and is designed the way you’d like it to be.
At Original Builders, our team of skilled professionals is here to help you create a home that fits your family and your lifestyle. We understand that a whole-home remodel is a big project, and we’ll do our best to make it as fun and stress-free as possible so that you can come home to a house you love.
Here we show a beautiful historic home with a Norcross Whole Home Remodel including a Kitchen Remodel, Bathroom Remodel, and addition too. We also have a video included introducing the homeowners and this gorgeous transformation.
Next we showcase a whole home remodeling project that we completed in Tucker. We first would love to introduce our clients who better tell the story of how this Home Remodeling took a dark cramped place to a beautiful and bright home.
We begin by showing the Kitchen Remodeling portion of the Whole Home makeover. The farm sink is Fireclay Material real original sink, much heavier than it seems. We used Timeless Crown Molding and Natural Stone Marble Backsplash. The picture just after allows us to continue going through the project in a circular motion moving towards the Breakfast Area with a Shaker Style Door.
Next we show the Dining Room area from two angles. The wall on the left in the second picture was solid before we opened the space up.
Another angle of the Kitchen Remodel allows us to move to the Living Room area. You can see the steps on the left hand side that lead down the Living Room. Then the next picture shows us in the Living Room looking in the direction of those same stairs going up to the Kitchen.
And now we turn around to see the Engineered Hardwood Floor and Brick Fireplace.
The left side of the picture above leads to the hallway view as seen in the picture immediately following.
Now we go to the office end and look back through the French Doors to the Living Room. The doors to the right lead to a Guest Bedroom and Guest Bathroom.
We prefer to not leave you at the Guest Rooms and rather you visualize walking into this home, closing the Foyer Entry Door (which we replaced all the hardware and stained) and end in this beautiful place to share a meal and relax for the evening.