Whiteley & Whiteley will come to your home and discuss options for adding a room or expanding an existing space. We will discuss your specific needs and the various options to achieve your goals. Often, we can simply reconfigure an existing space to make it more efficient. Once we have a basic concept, Whiteley & Whiteley will develop a complete set of plans and specifications to turn your ideas into reality.
Our goal is to create a seamless addition that will maintain the look, feel and flow of your existing home while providing more useable space; everyone will think the addition was part of the original construction.
To achieve the open concept kitchen, we had to remove walls, relocate appliances, and move an existing exterior wall 3 feet. My client requested that everything in the kitchen be replaced.
We were able to carefully remove the old cabinets, appliances and granite, which were donated to a family in need. It was also requested that I assist in choosing the furniture, artwork, area rugs, and chotskies. This concept could not have been achieved without the thoughtful and talented family of artisans that work with me.
The before and after photos of kitchen, living room, dining room and morning room illustrate the dramatic changes.
This project involves transforming a contemporary home that was clad in vinyl siding with a stucco and stone exterior. The home required an extensive demolition and reconstruction of the walls, roof, etc.
The after pictures will be added once the project is complete.
The original attic was designed and built to structurally support this conversion. We were able to embrace the original roof lines, which gave each room an interesting look, as well as saved many thousands of dollars.
Dwayne Neal, owner of Compass Security & Theater was instrumental in assisting in the design of the theater room so that the technical aspects were addressed and the finished project was truly functional.
Complete demo of kitchen area, which included removing the furr downs and suspended ceiling. We had to keep the same footprint because of zero lot lines, but was able to increase cabinet space substantially. The serving bar was removed and replaced with a breakfast bar. The cabinets were painted white and white appliances were chosen to brighten the space.