This recently purchased home in the Nakoma neighborhood, built in 1981, needed a few updates. Beyond desiring a mudroom and a complete transformation of their primary bathroom, the homeowners also wanted to address safety concerns for their toddler by repairing their screen porch. The porch had outdated finishes, deteriorating screens and unsafe stairs lacking railings leading to the yard.
The renovation of the screen porch included the installation of low-maintenance decking, code-compliant railings, new screens, and enhanced lighting features, resulting in a safe, revitalized space that is inviting for people to use throughout the summer.
The transformed screen porch has become a secure haven where the family can relish the pleasant weather, while the inviting mudroom presents a comfortable and functional space where the family can hang jackets, take off their shoes, and fully embrace the comfort of their home.