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Open Concept Kitchen & Living Room

Open Concept Kitchen & Living Room

This Myers Park kitchen was so closed off from the rest of the house that traffic in and out was always a problem, especially with two energetic little boys literally running circles around the whole space. This family desired a more open concept kitchen and living room but wanted to maintain certain elements of the original architecture in keeping with the home and their neighborhood. Maintaining a formal entryway was one of the ways we blended the original spaces with the new one. A cased opening between the foyer and the new open kitchen felt most appropriate and provided an opportunity to reuse one of the glass transoms to keep some of the original charm.
At the bar area we opted to remove the seldom-used bar sink in favor of the additional counter space. The bar now acts as a serving station for beverages and appetizers or snacks. The solid quartzite backsplash distinguishes this area from the rest of the kitchen and creates a focal point between the two spaces.

Spaces Included:

Other Spaces, Kitchens


Myers Park, Charlotte, NC

Project Scope:

Custom Redesign


“ReVision was awesome throughout the entire process. From the innovative design (closing up the dining room door, blowing up the closet to make a pantry, etc.) to the monotonous day-to-day project management, we’ve been pleased throughout. The entire ReVision team delivered on what was promised, communicated clearly, and exceeded our expectations, on time and on budget.”

– Andrew Tindel, Charlotte, NC

Living Room Design Ideas

To bring the living room space up to par with the new kitchen design, we removed the old paneling and replaced it with smooth drywall. A traditional fireplace mantel was exchanged for the cast stone fireplace which introduced subtle texture to space. Since the fireplace is visible from the foyer, and a main focal point of the downstairs, the television sits off to the side on a gray media cabinet, instead of over the mantel.

Redesigning half of the main floor gave this growing family the storage space and traffic flow they desired, while addressing the considerable structural requirements, various floor heights and adjacent areas for a seamless flow. It proved to be a considerable challenge, both creatively and structurally, but through dedicated teamwork, this family now has a space they can grow into, that makes daily life a little easier. Visit this blog post to see more from this open concept kitchen and living room remodel.

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