This multi-room remodel in Lancaster brings a seaside, beachy style to the home — it’s relaxing to just look at the photos, imagine how amazing it is to live in. The old kitchen felt dark and dated with oak cabinets and dark granite, the living room was rarely used, and the dining room felt isolated. There was a guest bathroom far down the hall near the master bedroom. Our client wanted a brighter, more open kitchen, a dedicated office, and a more convenient powder room. To make the most of the budget, we saved the majority of the cabinets and painted them white to lighten up the expanded kitchen, while the seaglass-green of the new island complements the colors and cabinets. With a new opening into the dining room, it feels more integrated into the rest of the home. We converted the living room into a private home office, and the reconfigured floor plan features an updated family room with integrated cabinets on both sides of the fireplace. A new powder room and vestibule complete this transformation.