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Bob Timberlake Lexington Switching up a colonial home to fit a brand new family

Bob Timberlake Lexington The format of their colonial home in East Greenwich, Rhode Island, was once not working for this active circle of relatives of 5. "The house was not comfortable or kid pleasant," says inner dressmaker Jocelyn Chiappone, of Digs Design Company. The circle of relatives living space was too small, they used the formal eating place just for Christmas dinner, and the lounge was once full of uncomfortable small-scale inherited antiques. After getting to know the family & the spaces, Chiappone shook up the structure & uses for each living space.

This incorporated creating a billiards living space in the former dining space, making a formal lounge a more casual and comfy hold-out house , relocating the circle of relatives living space to a former screened-in porch house & creating a different homework area, library and phase-time formal eating living space within the old family space. Follow alongside & see how swapping rooms around created a home that is easiest for this family and stuffed with just right design tips. Floor plan labels are thrown out the window as a clothier is helping a family form rooms to fit the best way they reside.

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