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Opening Up The Home by Knocking Down Walls

Do you have an older home? One trend that we see in homes that were built in the 1970’s, 1980s, and the 1990’s is that there are walls everywhere. It really closes off a room when you have walls in the living area, kitchen, hallway, and then tall bookshelves that go to the ceiling. When you also have dark trim and low walls, it closes in the home making it feel cramped and out-dated.

One option to creating an open floor plan is to knock down walls inside the home. A common place to do this is by knocking down a wall in the kitchen, if it is beside a living area or a dining room. Sometimes we can’t knock the whole wall down and add to the space in the room. If we are limited, and can not remove the wall (like if it is a support wall) we just work around it. We can add a support column, or even cut a large square opening in the wall for light and visibility.

We always have workable options when opening up a space inside the home. We have created a bar area from an opening in the kitchen, and added a mud room area to make it a nice transition in the room. We can even add new flooring in the new open space to bring the two rooms together.

If your home needs an open concept or improvement, call us! We can knock down those walls and add more light, more space, and a whole new look! Visit our site for more information and home improvement photos: http://georgiainterior.com/

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