Remodelers have long known that a small addition (“a bump-out”) that enlarges an existing room can be a value-conscious remodeling project. Often that bump-out brightens your home more than a large addition. Look around your home for cramped, dark areas that could be improved with a minimum sized room addition.
Have you considered adding a walk-in bay window to your dining room? You’ll be amazed at how this small change will open up and brighten the room. How about a deep window seat in your favorite room for a cozy reading nook? This room addition can be designed to include hidden storage. Angled entrances can give you access to a little used section of yard while allowing light to stream in. Have you been dreaming of a whirlpool in the bathroom? A bump-out would give you room for the new bath and an expanse of windows to add spaciousness.
Bump-outs may have a funny name but they can add much needed space, light and interest to many rooms in your house. Contact us today to discuss creative bump-out ideas for your Spokane home!
Authors Bio – John Haberemier
To date, John has overseen the development and completion of over 3000 remodeling projects. As an eighth generation master builder, John’s passion in construction started at a young age. To further his education John served a formal 6-year apprenticeship and extended his education with 3 years at UBC School of Construction Management.
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