A Whole New Plan for the First Floor

The owners of this 1995 this Zionsville home had listed it for sale last year. Potential buyers kept giving the same feedback: the first-floor layout was disjointed. The homeowners realized they felt the same way, so they took it off the market and made some big changes to make the space work better for their family.

before, this kitchen island was catty-cornered and prevented the space from being a true open concept kitchen
the back of this kitchen island has room for added seating and a flexible layout that invites conversation between the kitchen and living room

Flow & Function

The kitchen was enlarged and the location of the appliances rearranged for a more efficient flow and improved functionality.

Structural Support

A beam was added to provide structural support in lieu of the removed pantry walls – it’s also a beautiful new focal point that complements the style of this whole house remodel.

Improved Storage

Previously, three small pantry closets were accessed via a small hallway behind the kitchen. But when we remodeled the whole house for resale, we combined the three closets into one space. The new pantry is accessible from the kitchen through an opening hidden behind the cabinetry.

Welcome to Worthington!


After 20 years remodeling homes throughout Central Indiana, we’ve decided it’s time for a remodel of our own!  Case locations in Carmel, Meridian Kessler, and Zionsville will become Worthington Design & Remodeling.

The Worthington name pays tribute to our founder and president, Larry Worthington Greene, and demonstrates our unyielding customer promise: your home is worth the very best. Expert design, craftsmanship, service, and superior results remain the cornerstone of all we do. It’s the Worthington Way.

New name—same ownership, team and award-winning dedication to superior results.