The downfall of many split-entry homes is the front entry... or lack there of. These Plymouth homeowners decided they were ready for an entry way that welcomed their guests, had space for shoes, boots, and coats, and didn't create a hazard if more than one person was standing in the space.
The homeowners wanted a functional entry way addition, but wanted it to look like it belonged with the house. They didn't want their entry way to look out-of-place.
After viewing the space and hearing the homeowner's ideas, we decided to extend the current entry to give it the feeling of "sameness."
We added a large window to bring natural light into the space. The new tile includes in-floor heat to give the entry warmth in the winter. The homeowner's chose a beautiful French door with full glass to welcome their guests from the entry way into their home.
To finish the outside of the addition, we added siding and gutters to match the existing home. Click here to see more!