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On Amazing Space, found space specialist Eric Griffin helps clients realize the true potential of the extra, untapped spaces in their own homes. From attics, basements and breezeways to storage areas and staircases, Eric uses his expertise to convert unused square footage into amazing spaces that no one else could have imagined.
Eric is in historic Milford, Connecticut, one of the oldest communities in America. With growing family needs, homeowners Andrew and Rachael need extra space for a home office for Rachael, an area to homeschool their young child and space for guests to sleep when visiting from out of town. Eric and his team open up their dusty, unused attic and turn it into a loft creating extra space for Andrew and Rachael's needs. Additionally, Eric removes the old staircase to create extra space, replacing it with a spiral staircase that leads up to the loft from the second floor below.
Eric travels to Darien, CT, where he meets a couple that wants to turn their basement into a hockey rink for their athletic sons. The team takes the idea a step further by converting a portion of the basement into an entertainment media center and a study for the kids. Before the project is completed, Eric will also renovate the laundry room to make it more accessible and organized.
Eric visits his hometown of Shippan, CT, where he meets with a couple in dire need of their own space separate from their daughter and her friends. After getting inspiration at a local pub, Eric transforms their basement into an incredible Irish-influenced tavern perfect for getting away from the kids.
Eric travels to Norwalk, CT, to help homeowners expand their house. The couple loves the location in a town known for its tourist attractions and beaches but their single-story ranch home has cramped bathrooms and closets. Eric and his team step in to demolish the garage wall creating the necessary space to create a fabulous master bathroom and spacious walk-in closet.
Eric visits Trumbull, CT, where a gawky kitchen-garage transition room vexes a couple of homeowners. The team gets started by raising the flooring, installing a skylight, putting in new cabinetry and a bringing in a flat screen TV. When they finish, the old and ugly eyesore will have transformed into a beautiful den and proper mudroom.
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