Celebrate National Home Remodeling Month: Oak Hill Home Remodel

This home is part of a well-established community comprising homes built in the 1950s and 1960s, and the client had grown to love the neighborhood. Because of several additions over time, the floor plan became disorganized, leading to dysfunctionality that was not conducive to modern living. The previous additions and renovations were detrimental to the aesthetic and liveability of the home.

The team revamped the design by creating interconnected living and kitchen spaces, adding a second floor to create separate bedroom suites, and converting the back area into a screened porch/game room that offers a view of the pool. The reorganized floor plans utilized the primary existing structures, keeping some character to align with the neighborhood in a modern way.

With these changes, the house now has a more functional and accessible layout, providing the family with a comfortable living space and ample natural light.

Architect/Designer | Shapiro & Company Architects
Builder | Owen Builders
Interior Designer | The Mix Interiors
Photographer | Caroline Allison Photography

Judges’ Comments | This was a great transformation that still fits the community perfectly. The before-and-after photos are striking, showcasing how they totally moved entrance and reconfigured the rooms. 

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