Kitchen Remodeling with Wall Removal

Removing an interior wall creates very little extra floor space, but can make the overall area look and feel much bigger. Plus, you can layout and design the space with great elegance and improve usefulness. This split level home in Springfield, New Jersey needed a kitchen makeover and move “elbow room.” The old kitchen was only 10′ x 11′ The new space is open and inviting and created a great solution for the homeowner’s wants and needs!

The project design and development was by the Design Build Pros. The project was sold by Brian Nevins and managed and built by Innovative Remodeling Solutions.
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Small 10' x 11' kitchen in a split-level home.
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Existing dining room adjacent to the kitchen before wall removal and remodel
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Computer design dollhouse overview showing the proposed, remodeled space after the wall removal.
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Computer design view from the dining room into the remodeled working area of the kitchen after the wall removal.
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Remodeled kitchen with hardwood flooring, painted cabinets, and stainless steel appliances.
“LOVE ABOVE STOVE” — alabruzza
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Cooktop and exhaust hood.
“vent” — Debbie Gerstner-Wolf
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“Remodel with wall removal” — sirjeffington
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A view back to the dining area with wall removed and new hardwood flooring.
“Floor color” — Lisa Riley
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Dine-at peninsula with granite countertop.
“molding” — blove624
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