People often consider renovating their living room in order to modernize outdated features, like tired flooring or old gas fireplaces. But a living room can have a huge added richness and visual interest when more fundamental changes are made to the space at the same time.
When replacing an old gas fireplace, for example, newer versions are commonly larger and can’t fit in the same area. By bringing out the adjacent walls with custom cabinetry or built-in bookshelves, the depth of the fireplace fits and the room gains an added beautiful feature.
Other times, the living room is renovated because it’s affected by a kitchen renovation. A wall may be taken out to open up both rooms, so it’s important to look at the cohesive look of the area now together. Using the same flooring throughout is a great way to achieve visual flow, but complementing kitchen trim features, cabinetry or wall colours in the living room can be another way to achieve this.
Whether focusing on the living room area alone, or renovating multiple main floor rooms, we’ll help you design something truly wonderful to live in.