Spending time with family is priceless, and bringing your entire family together under one roof is even more invaluable. More remodeling projects are around incorporating an in-law suite within the home for multi-generational living. Here are some common themes throughout the projects Sun Design has built.
Open floor plans are a trend we love. In fact, we wouldn’t even consider them a trend anymore. They’re a staple in modern home remodels and a great way to improve nearly any space. In today’s post, we’ll talk about the best aspects of open floor plans. We’ll also share a few of the most important things to think about before committing to an open floor plan.
Kipp and Ginger Gray had high hopes for their four-bedroom Leesburg, Virginia, ranch-style home with its dark and closed-in floor plan. They had high expectations, too, for the first design-build firm they chose, a reputable firm, to transform the place where they decided to live the rest of their lives.
In 1990, Bob and Gini Mulligan celebrated their marriage on their front lawn. “It was spectacular,” Gini says. “We had an ugly house, and it was as nice and ugly as it could be, but spectacular because it had the proper number of bathrooms to support 200 people at our reception.”
Sun Design provides a whole-house remodel for complete, lifetime therapy: a cozy place to curl up with family and friends.
If you look at a home with fresh eyes, you often see how you use only half of its living space daily. How could you transform that to 100 percent if you considered a new floor plan?
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.