Michelle and Chuck Muller relax with best furry friends, Zoey and Bentley.
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when they moved the short distance to the new house
Joyal Homes created for them, they parted ways with
most of the old furniture.
“Our nephew made out like a bandit,” Chuck Muller said.
MORE USABLE SPACE
Since the new three-bedroom, three-bath home is 500
square feet smaller, the couple was technically downsizing,
but they had years ago realized that they were fully
utilizing only about 1,600 square feet of the bigger house,
so, in fact, the new digs, with its seamless flow perfect for
entertaining, plus all the bells and whistles, offered more
“We downsized but upsized,” he added.
Jeff Joseph, Joyal Homes executive designer, channeled
his 36 years in the industry to design a home that takes
the utmost advantage of the available space, the view and
“It’s all in the details with Jeff,” said Kerri Kunde, marketing
director for Joyal Homes.
“There is not a step in the design and building process
that Jeff has not carefully evaluated and improved upon.”
A FEW BIG ISSUES
Joseph did have a couple of not so very tiny problems
to tackle in the form of huge Gothic doors from an
1800s-era cathedral and a glass-and-wood wall from
Joyal Homes created a
one-of-a-kind residence for
Michelle and Chuck Muller.