After purchasing the home two years ago, the homeowners had enough of the green counters and stark white floors. Those floors showed every bit of dirt. Their lifestyle was getting ever busier, their needs were changing as their family was getting older and they needed more space. Working alongside the homeowner, our kitchen designer eliminated the existing peninsula layout and opted for a larger island with additional seating. While keeping the existing cabinetry and hardware, we reused and rebuilt a cabinet box to extend the island. Another obstacle was the placement of the refrigerator. It's original location meant that there was a narrow opening to get in and out of the kitchen. By moving the fridge we gained a larger opening, great for entertaining and keeping enough space for everyone to pass through easily.
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A bathroom is a space where you can unwind, relax and rid yourself from the stresses of the day. For this project, we knew we had a few items that weren't making this bathroom as usable as the homeowners had hoped. They wanted to redo their existing bathtub / shower to become a larger walk-in shower. Our inspiration – the historic original bathroom door casing. We added a small curb for water drainage, used dual shower heads, and frameless glass for the shower really opened up the space, creating a more spa-like feel. By incorporating the decorative tile in a band and the back side of the niche, sharing the attention of the bathroom trim. We love the results from this design!
When you are thinking of buying a new home, you want to love the kitchen. After all, it's "the heart of the home". Well, more often than not, kitchens are what we remodel the most. This particular kitchen had wonderful solid wood cabinets. The homeowners liked their new kitchen but the layout wasn't functional for their lifestyle and needed to be "re-worked". Our kitchen designer was able to re-use nearly all of the existing cabinets, moving them around to create a layout that not only was functional, but updated the look to bring life back into the heart of this home.