Barb and Jeff were unsatisfied with their existing kitchen. It had low-functionality with super limited counter area and funky storage solutions.
They also were desperate for a comfortable master suite. There was already a attic space that included a bedroom, though the way it was laid out with an awkward sitting space just didn’t fit the bill nor did it have a bathroom – something that seemed more essential every day as they anticipated family moving in with them alongside their growing child.
Since good friends of theirs had used Mighty House in conjunction with Parker Home Design to complete their kitchen remodel – it was an easy choice for them to bring this team to their home.
The original kitchen layout severely lacked functional countertops and cabinets. It also posted safety concerns with the stove installed right next to the doorway without any countertop separation. Our team developed a new layout design that created more space to reinstall the stove with countertops on both sides by pushing back the plumbing wall. The new kitchen also features stunning sustainable solutions, such as locally-made and VOC-free cabinetry, heat-resistant and non-porous quartz countertops, and a beautiful Dutch door.
The Master Suite
On the second story, an underutilized space at the top of the stairs separated the master bedroom from the bathroom. Mighty House Construction and Parker Home Design successfully collaborated to convert the entire floor into a practical, cohesive, and comfortable master suite with a master bathroom, plenty of closet space, and beautiful new wool carpet on the stairs and the redesigned connective space. The new master bathroom is tiny but mighty, fitting all the amenities into a small space without sacrificing beautiful features like tile flooring and shower surround and cabinetry to match the home’s aesthetic. The attic work also included a ductless heat pump in the master bedroom, infrared radiant heat in the master bath, and improved insulation to significantly increase both the energy efficiency and comfort to the delight of the homeowners.