Wide open spaces in a kitchen remodel

Written by: Karen Bradner

When a Columbus area internist and his wife first walked into a house that was on the market in Bexley, they knew immediately that the 1950s ranch would become their home.

Both are drawn to the look and feel of mid-century architecture and this place was, for the most part, a classic.

One thing the husband saw that he thought was out of character for the layout of this style of home was the fact that the kitchen and family room were not connected. Actually there was a wall between the two areas and a fireplace was wedged in a walkway between the two rooms—possibly the result of an earlier remodel.

When J.S. Brown & Co. came on board to lead the remodeling efforts, the homeowners already had initial plans from an architect and had selected an Indianapolis-based kitchen design firm. They needed a local remodeling team to coordinate the logistics, further design the remaining rooms in the home, and make the plans a reality.

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