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The main family room is basically the same space as before, but now the dark fireplace and ugly glass siding doors are replaced by the large opening to the bright and inviting kitchen. The side windows are replaced by larger contemporary windows that come down to the floor and match the new windows of the kitchen. The new wood flooring ties the rooms together while the bright red beam replaces the old wall and opens up the space.
The existing dark kitchen is replaced by a new second family room. A window was added to allow the room to be brighter. The sliding wood and glass doors allow the second family room to be separated from the main room so that the kids have a place to go that is still under supervision from the kitchen.
The tile and with the range and vent hood provide a focus for the exterior wall. The white wavy tile give a interesting texture while staying with the clean color palate.
The new kitchen addition allows for a large island kitchen and much brighter kitchen. The powder coated red steel beam allows the previous exterior wall to be removed and the new kitchen to be completely open tot he family room. The large island allows for cooking, eating, homework, and all sorts of family life to occur concurrently, plus add a a lot of extra storage on the seating side. The track lighting gives a contemporary feel and allow the lights to be targeted to the exact places light is needed. New...
The new kitchen addition ties into and activates the existing screen porch. Sun shading and tress help protect the windows from the hot Texas sun. James Hardie Artisan siding allows for mitered corners and no trim which gives a more contemporary look to the traditional horizontal siding.
The existing kitchen/eating room was converted into a second family room and a mud room of the garage entrance. This space is also used for a home office.
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