Remodel and Revamp Your Formal Dining Room

If you can’t remember the last time you enjoyed a fancy meal in your formal dining room, it’s time to consider making some changes to how you use the space in your household. More homeowners are finding new and innovative ways to utilize this space instead of just sitting at the table for once a year dinners. Here are some home remodeling projects and trends the construction experts at Tiefenthaler have seen around the New England region.

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  • Opt for a media room if you like to entertain. Family rooms are great for daily TV time, but if you have friends and family over often to watch sports or movies, a media room is a great conversion of your dining room. Theater style seating ensures that everyone’s comfortable, and a couple of pillows on the floor work well when you have a full house. Install built-in cabinets to house your media equipment and for storing games and DVDs.
  • A craft room is a do-it-yourselfers dream. Arts and crafts supplies take up a large amount of space, so turning your dining room into a crafting area is a wise use of the space. A handy shelving and drawer unit keeps everything organized, while a large table surface is great for projects.
  • Working from home requires a dedicated office space. Telecommuting is becoming more popular, and many homeowners are converting their dining room into a handy home office. Storage is a necessity, so include plenty of drawers and shelves in your plans. You’ll also need a work station and comfortable office chair.

Would you like to hear more about the home remodeling projects we’re currently working on at Tiefenthaler? Please give us a call to speak with an agent about our areas of expertise, including new home construction, interior renovations, and custom millwork.

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