Whole House Rejuvenation

Whole House Remodel

  • The Design Challenge

    The existing kitchen was in need of more usable space as it lacked functional practicality.

  • The Solution

    To create more of an open concept, we removed the walls between the dining and living rooms, incorporated a large island and added a built-in hutch for additional storage. Replacing the existing window with a patio door helped our client to feel more connected to their outdoor spaces.

  • Additional Space

    In addition to the kitchen and dining remodel, we updated windows, doors and trim throughout the house to create a more updated look. We also changed the layout of the master bathroom to accommodate its own separate space.  We enclosed the vanity area and replaced the tub with a walk-in, curbless shower. Featured here is a Walnut vanity, quartz countertop, and porcelain tile in the shower.

  • Additional Space

    In the hall bath, we maintained the existing slate tile, incorporated a new maple vanity with soap stone countertop and mosaic tile backsplash.

  • Additional Space

    In the laundry room, we updated cabinetry and the new washer/dryer location allowed for a more functional and practical layout. Lastly, we added a floating shelves and a large countertop for folding.

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