5 home remodeling projects in chicago wilmette Porch Design Photos

Michael Menn Ltd.
7 Reviews
Whole House Renovation
Ideabooks2
Questions0
Chicago Area
Michael Menn Ltd.
7 Reviews
Whole House Renovation
Ideabooks15
Questions0
Chicago Area
“OK” — Allen Curadeau
Normandy Remodeling
35 Reviews
Back Porch Addition in La Grange
Ideabooks98
Questions1
The goal of this porch was to extend the entertainment space of the home, with multiple seating areas and a cozy and rustic feel to it. This porch had heaters installed in the ceiling, giving it an annual life of approximately eight months. The hardwood flooring that was installed is absolutely gorgeous
Projects such as these can vary significantly in price depending upon the materials selected, the condition of the home, the region of the country where you live, and the level of complexity that you would be seeking to achieve. I recommend you speak with a local design build remodeler who can give
give you a reasonable ballpark to accomplish something similar for your home. Best of luck in finding the outdoor living space that's right for you!
“back porch - after” — neenamasterson
Normandy Remodeling
35 Reviews
Tudor Addition
Ideabooks74
Questions0
with Normandy Designer Vince Weber to create the plans that would eventually become their newly remodeled home. “The original layout of the house was typical in many ways of what one finds in vintage homes,” says Vince. “The homeowners wanted to ensure that the charm of these spaces was not diminished
and proportion of these new rooms was paramount in keeping the project true to the home’s original compartmentalized design,” says Vince. “In addition to feeling proportionate, these new spaces needed to mimic the details of the existing home that included dark stained millwork, decorative beams, rich
. The resulting project so seamlessly blends the old and new spaces, that it is virtually impossible to tell which part of the home was original and which is the addition. The successful updating of this vintage home enhanced, rather than diminished, the antique nature of the home and was recognized
“lights” — jennypen
Normandy Remodeling
35 Reviews
Tudor Addition
Ideabooks60
Questions0
with Normandy Designer Vince Weber to create the plans that would eventually become their newly remodeled home. “The original layout of the house was typical in many ways of what one finds in vintage homes,” says Vince. “The homeowners wanted to ensure that the charm of these spaces was not diminished
and proportion of these new rooms was paramount in keeping the project true to the home’s original compartmentalized design,” says Vince. “In addition to feeling proportionate, these new spaces needed to mimic the details of the existing home that included dark stained millwork, decorative beams, rich
. The resulting project so seamlessly blends the old and new spaces, that it is virtually impossible to tell which part of the home was original and which is the addition. The successful updating of this vintage home enhanced, rather than diminished, the antique nature of the home and was recognized
“Stair rail” — Ann Wilson
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