A project that included a basement renovation, new pool and spa, and 2 new porches.
The owners of this Atlanta split-level home decided to remodel it to give it a more open interior and a whole new look to the exterior.
This project added a master suite over an enlarged rear-house kitchen and family room and in the process reworked a 1980’s addition to comply with the Adam-style main house.
This 1940’s cottage house was expanded discretely and revitalized into a neighborhood asset. The original 1-story at 1,700 square feet was increased to a 1.5-story, 2,400 square feet home.
Poorly planned additions were removed and a second level added over the existing original footprint to create an entirely new aesthetic.
Our work on this house focused on getting the owner more gathering spaces out of an unapproachable in-town bungalow.The project was featured on HGTV’s “Groundbreakers” in 2008.
The second floor addition and interior remodel of a ranch-style house.
To display their extensive art collection, Jones Pierce recommended that this Dunwoody, Georgia client turn the living room into a gallery space.
Building up rather than out to expand this house preserved the front and rear garden space.
A second floor build-out achieved within the existing roof line with front and rear dormers expanded this house from 1,600 to 2,000 square feet and accommodated a new upstairs master suite.
Jones Pierce's job was to transform the Holt/Rainocek sunroom and renovate the kitchen while keeping the original appearance of the Buckhead, Atlanta home.
See a few of our projects that we put under the category of a "Not So Extreme Makeover."