Love the view from here with an open-floor concept from Shane McLendon Builder LLC.
Want to make the most of your square footage? Try tearing out a few walls! If images of wrecking balls come to mind (minus Miley Cyrus, of course), have no fear; we make sure your home is as structurally sound as it is beautiful. The galleries below are two examples of open floor plan redesigning and how we can turn your cramped, dated space into a light and airy masterpiece.
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Brandon Open Floorplan
Open Floor Plan - Brandon
Before: Left Side of Kitchen
Left side of kitchen, facing into the back yard. The previous formal dining area (green and white striped wallpaper) is on the other side of this wall.
Before: Right Side of Kitchen
Right side of kitchen, before photo. Also shown: part of the previous breakfast area, divided by the cooktop peninsula.
Before: Formal Dining
This area was located to the left of the previous kitchen.
Before: Den Area 1
This wall separated the kitchen from the living room/den area.
Before: Den Area 2
Additional view of living room/den area. Formal dining area to the left through the doorway.
Before: Den Area 3
Photo of fireplace before remodel.
Existing paneling is torn down, and previous kitchen is gutted. Reconfiguring of electrical and plumbing for new kitchen.
Reconfiguration of plumbing.
New proposed kitchen and dining area. Steel beam on floor; about to go up. This image is taken from the previous den/living area, facing into the previous formal dining room.
The length of the new steel beam. This feature will provide the necessary structural support that was once provided by load bearing walls. Once this goes in, the room-dividing framing can be removed, allowing for the open floorplan.
The beam goes into place, and sits on newly installed columns.
Additional view of newly installed beam. This will be the new den/living area.
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Marble countertops and bar, custom cabinets, new plumbing and appliances, and new lighting go in.
The exterior view of the steel beam that was installed, now hidden in the ceiling, and supported by the two wooden columns. The kitchen, dining area, and den/living area are now tied together.
An extended view of the newly designed kitchen, with the majority of the appliances placed on the back wall where the old breakfast area was before. Pendant lighting and can lighting provide ample illumination in the new and inviting kitchen.
View from den/living area, includes new dining area.
Bar area, new dining area, and chandelier.
View of kitchen from dining area.
Here the cooktop was moved to just on the other side of the bar area.
View facing the formal dining area. Custom cabinets, marble countertops, and deep sink with new faucet.
Additional view of island and new kitchen, facing towards dining area.
View of island and cooktop area.
Additional view of cooktop area, pendant lighting, and cabinets.
View of back countertop, and where previous kitchen was housed.
New den/living room area. Above fireplace wall TV was installed, and the fireplace was painted. The old paneling was removed and sheetrocked, with new trim and hardwood flooring throughout.
Remodeled kitchen with open-floor concept.
Clinton Open Floorplan
Open Floor Plan - Clinton
The before kitchen houses a small, cramped, and somewhat dated u-shaped kitchen with a storage peninsula.
A different angle of the before kitchen, with a view into the formal dining area.
This was taken from inside the formal dining area, facing the before kitchen.
Additional view of formal dining area.
This is a before view of the living room/den area. Directly on the other side of this wall is the kitchen wall where the sink was located. To the right of this wall is the entrance to the formal dining area, and to the left is the breakfast nook.
The old kitchen is gutted, and the walls start coming down.
The drywall from the previous kitchen comes down, and the electrical and plumbing are reconfigured into the new kitchen design.
Temporary supports were built, while the remaining kitchen load-bearing walls came down. A steel beam will then be installed to support the second story of this home.
A view of the temporary supports from inside the new kitchen area, facing the previous location of the formal dining area.
Steel beam goes up! Support braces come down.
Additional view of newly installed beam.
After drywall is installed, the kitchen is ready for new cabinets. Here, Randy builds the new ones, piece by piece.
The cabinet shelves and the island go in, ready for their fronts and new countertops.
Additional view of the island after the cabinet fronts were installed.
This is the back wall of the old kitchen where the previous stove/oven and microwave sat between limited storage. The cabinet fronts and drawers have been installed and are ready for paint.
This is the newly created bar/desk area where the old dining room sat before. The shelving is built, ready for the doors.
New bar/desk area after cabinet fronts are installed.
Now, the entire area is painted. The walls become a continuous color to tie the spaces together, and the cabinets are painted to match.
The new granite countertops are installed on the new u-shaped kitchen island.
The new stainless-steel apron front farmhouse sink is installed, and the built-in shelving get a fresh coat of paint.
This side view after photo shows the new kitchen opening into the living room/den area. The steel beam is cunningly hidden at the base of the furr wall coming from the ceiling.
This front view of the kitchen shows the depth of the open area, with the new desk/bar area on the right where the formal dining area was previously, and the casual breakfast area on the left now joins with the rest of the space.
A closer view of the newly redesigned kitchen, showcasing the granite-topped island and lighting. Pendants, cans, undercabinet lighting, and a chandelier offer numerous lighting options.
Additional view of kitchen.
Different angle of new kitchen.
Additional side view of kitchen to include casual breakfast area.
Cut-through view into the desk/bar area where the formal dining room was previously from the kitchen.
New desk/bar area that once housed the formal dining area. This section was painted to match the other areas, and cabinets were installed for storage. The countertops found in the kitchen area carried over to the counter area here.
View facing the living room/den area from the kitchen. New stainless steel plumbing fixtures, sink, and dishwasher were installed to match the refrigerator. The drawer and cabinet pulls are also updated to match.
Inside view of kitchen island to showcase storage.
Newly reconfigured back wall of kitchen. The appliances were relocated around new cabinets and drawers. Backsplash was installed with design over cooktop. Stainless steel appliances match other stainless steel features around the kitchen.
New tile flooring was installed throughout the space, starting in the kitchen and carrying over into the living room/den area. The built-ins were painted to match other shelving and storage areas, and the walls were painted to match the kitchen walls.
Remodeled home with open floorplan concept.