My home make-over is famous!

OK – just getting started blogging about the house. To see the full renovation of the kitchen, check out the kitchen link above. As you will see from the before and after photos, our genuis architect at Ink Architecture reimagined the space to include a hidden washer and dryer with a granite buffett on top. Perfect for folding laundry on top for day / perfect to use as a serving spot when we host parties. Love. She took down the walls between the kitchen and what was a random no-purpose room and made it our dining area. She also removed part of the wall between the dining area and the bowling alley living room completely opening up the space to be more family and entertaining friendly and letting the light flood through. In Fall of 2012, our kitchen / living / dining areas were photographed for Charleston Home + Design magazine – here is their photo: