Removing a Wall = A Happy Client!
I recently worked with my client, Gail, to advise on removing a wall between her sitting room and family room. We updated the family room decor a few years ago, at which time she decided not to remove the wall dividing the rooms. The idea returned, recommending Ransom Construction for the project, and I advised on the column design for the new space.
The newly opened floor plan allows natural light to flood in and also opens up the doorway into the basement, relieving the crowding in that space. After construction was complete, I returned for a consultation to assist Gail with furniture and art placement. She now has a finished, flowing space to call home!
The day after our morning of art hanging (you should have seen me, the client and the contractor all three in a corner measuring, hammering and hanging pieces!), Gail sent me this email. Yes, it was a fun consultation!
To begin the process of fine-tuning your home’s function and floor plan, schedule a “get acquainted” call to discuss your project!
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