By improving an awkward layout in the master bath we were able to add the spacious spa-like wet room where the tub and shower are behind glass.
Kitchen and Bath Remodel
The Design Challenge
The challenge was transforming a dark and closed-off kitchen into a bright and open space.
We removed walls, used light tones on cabinets and backsplash, and added another skylight to bring in even more natural light.
The DetailsThe floating shelves add visual interest and accentuate the high ceilings, and the wrap-around detail turns an awkward angle into an architectural feature.
Instead of an island, the homeowners wanted a dining area for two that looked out onto their woodland views. We created a custom nook complete with a wine cabinet and bookshelves along the living room side.
Vertical-grain white oak cabinetry with slab/flat doors adds a modern feel to the kitchen. But that’s not all! We built these custom cabinets with dove-tail joinery – a traditional detail and craftsmanship that’s made to last.
The homeowner wanted tile in the kitchen so we created an integrated pattern that organically blends into the wood floors.
The herringbone pattern tile brings a pop of color and texture that draws your eye into the space.
We created a cohesive look in the guest bath with similar accent tile, cabinetry, and counters. A glass shower opens up the space and is more accessible for out-of-town guests.