We recently completed the floor plan design for the remodel of a home built in 1910.

In this home, the kitchen is at the back of the house. It is very small and not functional for our client’s family. However, there is a huge office and half-bath on the main floor.

Our recommendation? Move the kitchen into the office, of course! And turn the existing kitchen space into a mudroom with a desk and powder room. Read on for the design board and project cost!

Project Scope

The scope of this project encompasses the floorplan design, furnishings, fixtures and equipment (FF&E) for the following spaces:

  • Main floor remodel to include kitchen, powder room, and mudroom/desk
  • Concept Board and recommended interior finishes

Floor Plan

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Design Board

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Design Fee

Our fee for this design was $3,500 and included site visits, reviewing client’s tastes/preferences and inspiration photos, creating a to-scale floor plan, and sourcing products.

Should the client choose to move forward with this project, she has the tools to manage the project on her own. Or she may hire us for phase 2 where we will create specifications and coordinate installs for all third-party providers (such as cabinets, floors, etc.) We will bill at an hourly rate for this service.

How We Estimate
After an initial meeting, we estimate all projects based on the square footage of the home and the amount of hours we expect to spend on the project.

Client Response

“I am blown away,” the client says. “I would have never thought to move rooms around the way Amanda and Eryn did. I certainly did not expect so many design concepts to be included. I just love it.”

This project is currently scheduled to begin in January. We can’t wait to see it happen!

What do you think of this space?! Would you do it??

Amanda & Eryn

labels: Residential Portfolio