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Put the space you have where you need it in your home



 

Put the space you have where you need it in your home

Put the space you have where you need it in your home
News from AnnArbor.com:

In many homes there may be ample square footage, but just not where it is needed. We all know so much life “happens” in the kitchen and eating areas, but that doesn’t mean that is where most of the space should be.

People without family rooms “live” in their living rooms. That is not all bad, but usually they don’t want that lived-in space to be the first thing seen when guests arrive.

When things just don’t work, it’s time to evaluate all of the spaces and reallocate them.

PROBLEM

This very traditional ranch home in Ann Arbor had a very static layout. The entry (A) opens into a small coat closet and then traffic can go through the oversized living room (B) or into the bedroom hallway (C).

The fireplace (D) is squished in a corner, and it is impossible to arrange furniture to view it.

The three bedrooms and hall bath functioned well enough…………… continues on AnnArbor.com

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Related News:

SJ Janis Company Offers Complimentary Remodeling Seminar on Kitchen Remodeling
News from Wauwatosa Now:

S.J. Janis Company, Inc., a full-service design/build remodeling firm in Wauwatosa celebrating its 60th anniversary, will offer a free remodeling seminar Thurs., Oct. 27, at 6:30 p.m. in the Program Room of the Whitefish Bay Public Library, 5420 N. Marlborough Blvd. Admission to the seminar, “Unlock Your Home’s Hidden Potential – Finding New Space within Your Existing Footprint,” is free, but reservations are appreciated.

The session will offer ideas to find creative space in underutilized rooms, oversized pantries, and other locations throughout the home, including…

• Determining if a home meets lifestyle needs

• Where underutilized space can be converted

• Lasting and latest trends in interior remodeling

• Design considerations and forward planning

Nathan Wachtl, S.J. Janis Company senior design consultant, and Joe Klein, director of design, will host the open discussion. Wachtl earned a bachelor’s degree in Architectural Studies in 200…………… continues on Wauwatosa Now
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