This entire first-floor project to create a wide open living space out of three separate rooms involved opening up walls and extending the cathedral ceiling into the former garage space.
Has a recent addition to your family sparked a new appreciation for space and an insightful floor plan? Does working remotely and spending increased time in the home office make you acutely aware of flaws in your surroundings that you had never noticed before? Perhaps the frigid winter weather has you holed up inside your home, longing for a warm and cozy retreat? All of these motivators and countless more might inspire a home renovation, and with good reason. After all, our regular surroundings have an enormous impact on our happiness, productivity and mental health.
Infinity Homes & Remodeling is a general contractor specializing in custom home design, kitchen and bathroom remodeling, basement finishes, additions and exteriors. The company won “Best Of Houzz'' in customer service for the last four years on home renovation and design platform Houzz®. President Brian St. Jean is an industry veteran with more than two decades of experience. Craftsmanship is a top priority for Brian as he personally oversees every project in person. Contact Infinity at 234.360.8003, or visit its website at infinityhomesremodeling.com.
Contractors like Infinity Homes & Remodeling LLC have seen a surge in demand for home-renovation projects as more and more people find themselves craving an upgrade in their environment. This article showcases a few examples of how Infinity helped clients turn their dream spaces into beautiful reality through careful composition and construction.
Clients select the materials they like and Infinity Homes & Remodeling handles design, demolition, construction and installation. Whether you need mechanical work, drywall, painting, trim, flooring, cabinets, countertops, backsplashes, lighting or other elements, talk to Infinity.
These contemporary floating shelves are custom-built.
This updated kitchen was completely redesigned and enlarged by removing walls as part of a broader first-floor remodel. The project also included construction of a large walk-in pantry and relocating both a dining room and half bath.
This client was so satisfied with their initial first-floor remodel that they returned for two more projects; one being this bedroom renovation. Seeing part of your home realize its full potential is powerful motivation.
A master bath, walk-in closet and new laundry room were all part of this owner’s suite redesign. Originally a rec room with a pool table, this charming master bedroom in neutral greys and white brick is the handsome result.