The homeowners were feeling very closed in by their prior saloon-style kitchen, with walls and doors at every turn. During the design phase, we brought the walls down to create an open layout ideal for entertaining and their large, beloved pet. Natural lighting was another desire we tackled during design phase. Skylights, combined with the living room window which is now accessible, naturally lights up a space that was once dimly light. We are excited to see the final results and can't wait to share the "fishtank" wall once it's complete!
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The homeowner's expressed that they were unhappy with the layout of their master bathroom. They needed help opening the space and maximizing storage. Half of the shower being taken up by a linen closet was a big burden, so we were not surprised that one of their first requests during design phase was to nix the closet and extend the shower. We added storage by using a shaker java coffee vanity that complements the craftsmen wheat tile used throughout the entire bathroom. We implemented more cabinetry, using a counter cabinet and maximized it with cabinet accessories.
The homeowners were looking to give their entire home a refresh. The kitchen needed a new door to the deck, and they wanted to eliminate the desk area, increase their pantry storage as well as organize their laundry room. We met those challenges with innovative design techniques and used cabinet accessories to help solve the growing storage capacity issue. By using a glass door, we were able to keep the space feeling open and connected to the exterior living space, really opening the dated floor plan and giving new life to the space.