i love when a renovation story illustrates that you can maximize the potential of your home’s square footage without putting on an addition. quite frankly, additions scare me, but old-fashioned interior rearranging doesn’t. rock paper hammer recently majorly reworked their client’s existing kitchen space. the original small cookery and breakfast area had been separated from the rarely used dining room so they opened up the wall to the dining room to create one large open cooking and dining space . the result is a spacious and open plan that works within the existing walls of the house and did not require an addition.
i’d especially like to thank emily fisher at rock paper hammer for taking the time to send me photos of their designs. not only does rock paper hammer have a stellar website but they're also featured on houzz!