This Old South home had a previously built addition (without permit). The galley kitchen was still cut off from this space, so when Red Razzberry Design got involved in the project, the idea was to open the space into the addition, create an open kitchen and add cabinetry to the living space. Easy right? Well, after a lot of demo, proper engineering, (and a permit) and reframing the existing addition, new roof, and more, the result is stunning. The white on while cabinetry and Ceasarstone, the sanded and finished on site hardwood flooring, the new doors, proper HVAC, and improved lighting gives this home a new lease on life. Just a note about old stair ways. Even if stairs are in rough shape, painted with proper paint/stain they can look new again. We have seen some white painted handrails, just a tip… they don’t stay clean for very long, a dark stain, preferably one used in cabinet making really adheres well and stands the test of time.