Those of us that lived through the bell bottom pants and swallow tail shirt collar fashion phase look back and quietly shake our heads wondering what was so “cool” about it. Many that own homes built in the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s wander from the living room to the dining room to the kitchen to the family room shaking heads wondering why there are so many rooms. Only the kitchen and family room are used for day to day living. The balance of the space sits waiting for Thanksgiving or Christmas when the family comes home. Even then it’s not unusual for everyone to crowd into the family room and kitchen so they can enjoy the holiday together.
Our experience shows that times like these are when the “dream” starts to form. Someone says “ I wonder if it would be possible to get rid of some of these walls. It sure would be nice if we could use the room we have and still be together.”
Removing walls from houses built before the open concept came became the norm is one of Midwest Remodeling’s most recurring projects. Here’s a current project we’re working on.
As you can see it’s going to completely change our client’s lifestyle. No more wandering from room to room. No more unused space. No more crowded family gatherings. It really is a “dream come true”.
No matter what your dream, outdoor living, room addition or new kitchen we can help. Achieving the dream space you’ve always longed for can become a reality. We can turn your dreams and ideas in to a design that will let you enjoy your living space more than you ever have.