A whole house remodel is a great choice when you simply want to continue to stay in the area you have loved for many years, but want a fresh feeling. There are a lot of things to consider so that it will become a place where everybody will feel comfortable and welcome.
We begin with the Kitchen Remodeling portion of the project that now has plenty of counter space and storage, including an appliance garage for the countertop appliances. Beautiful custom cherry cabinetry with can lighting in glass display cabinets makes this a centerpiece room. There is also a large double basin composite sink and new appliances that include the quiet Miele dishwasher and GE cooktop (with telescoping downdraft vent).
While we want to show off the finished home, we also want to share the transition too. It is hard to imagine how the room looked without glancing at the picture below to get a sense of the work involved.
Now we move to the living room where we begin by showing you how bland it was before, then we go up the stairs to allow you to take in the new remodeled living room for our customers to enjoy. Notice the raised fireplace off the floor to allow for granite hearth. The custom ledger stone surround, cherrywood and granite mantel all so nicely come together. From this view, you also get a glimpse of the hickory hardwood floors that replaced the carpet throughout the home.
We continue our tour with the Bathroom Remodeling portion of the project, in the entirely transformed Master Bathroom, where the new walk-in shower immediately catches the eye. White porcelain tile with just a hint of movement wraps the entire bathroom, and an oversized custom glass panel keeps water in the shower while allowing full light and views.
Natural basalt stone floors in the bathroom transition into corresponding basalt hexagons in the shower. The Delta Trinsic shower system offers a customizable shower experience with sleek, modern style.
Silestone Quartz throughout the bathroom brings elegance and practicality to this master bathroom remodel with its easy-to-clean solid surface. Here it is featured atop a white painted alder vanity with double under-mount sinks, and as the window sill.
Notice the hand-crafted mirror frames and glass and the extra-long double vanity with extra storage. What you don’t see in this picture is equally custom: hidden in the under-sink cabinetry is a laundry chute to the main floor utility room. The gorgeous marble mosaic backsplash that wraps from the vanity all the way into the shower as an accent liner, tying the whole room together.
Inside the shower, we see double tile niches with Silestone Quartz sills, offering ample shower storage for two. At this angle, you can really see the unique coloration of the basalt floor tile. Double sealed, these natural stone floors will look great for years to come.
Here you can catch a glimpse of the dark, dingy, and dated feel of this master bathroom’s former style. When compared with how this bathroom once looked, the addition of recessed can lighting, an abundance of cool, light tones, and swapping oil-rubbed bronze for polished nickel fixtures seems an obvious choice. This master bathroom remodel now feels bright, fresh, and contemporary, and removing the jetted tub and completely rearranging the bathroom layout allowed for the gorgeously oversized walk-in shower and extra-long double vanity.
Our customers chose a variety of neutrals for their three bathrooms, but they are far from dull. Light gray quartz, alder cabinetry painted white, 18×24 wall tile in a bricklay pattern with marble mosaic liner, and basalt stone floors. Keeping things neutral, they are able to add color and dimension with their unique home decor.
In addition to the master bathroom remodel, we also remodeled two full guest bathrooms, incorporating the same materials and styles you see in the master bathroom, each with their own unique layout.
Because this whole home remodel was so extensive in transformation, we have highlighted only the main rooms of the home above. There were other numerous areas we addressed such as:
- Custom Built-in Cherry Cabinetry and Uba Tuba Granite countertop in the Entertainment Room.
- Reframed Under-Stairs Closet to make room for new EdgeStar wine refrigerator.
- Hardwood stairs with tile risers, custom wood and glass panel railing, and valanced stair lighting.
- Stunning Spur Chandelier from Tech Lighting in stairwell replaces a dated fan/light combo.
- Laundry Chute from master bathroom to downstairs laundry room with new ultra-quiet ductless Bosch washer and dryer, custom cabinetry and laundry drying area.
- Heavy brocade textured ceilings updated throughout the home with a more subtle and contemporary knock-down texture.
This gorgeous chandelier from Tech Lighting illuminates the new wood and glass stair railing, with built in shelves below.
Next shown is how we turned an unusable linen closet at the top of the stairs into a built-in display for this couple’s prized art and antique collection.
But we much rather leave you with the center of the this home remodel as we finish reviewing this project.