2 Story Family Room Addition
Maintaining mobility and style.
The introduction of a wheelchair to daily living presented an opportunity to reimagine the home throughout – beginning with the central gathering spaces. A large family room addition allowed the introduction of an open kitchen that puts storage within easy reach of base cabinets and offers seamless movement throughout the expanded space. Open sight lines offers connectedness between family and guests for routine gatherings or entertaining.
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Thoughtful room design created a niche to neatly tuck away the large whirlpool tub. The curves of its arched ceiling is echoed in the large window that offers plenty of natural light, while also providing privacy. In addition to providing tucked-away tranquility, the niche created the space necessary for the adjacent roll-in shower.
Dual vanities are custom created according to the needs of the homeowners – including a lower counter height that accommodates a wheelchair. The linen closet puts generous bathroom storage within easy reach and disguises the difference in counter heights.
Open Family Room
The large open family room invites the outside in with the impact of a cathedral ceiling that features wide tung-and-groove planks and painted beams. Warm, bright and inviting, it’s a welcome addition to the traditional two-story home. Also offers easy wheelchair access to outdoor patio area.
- Referral Rate 90%
- Customer Retention 75%
- Communication Effectiveness 99%
- Client Engagement 100%
- Company Growth 40%
The Results Were Amazing
Whether it’s marveling at the engineering that made a suspended walkway possible or the delight at discovering an unexpected detail or feature, Advance Design & Construction introduces you to a true integration of design and build, your individuality and our architectural expertise, and the successful solution between ‘what if’ and ‘why not.’
It’s the magic that happens when your home is a true custom build. When your builder is your collaborative partner. And when you look around at what you’ve created and say, “Yes, this was all worth it.”