Another passion of mine… interior design. We completely remodeled this house and are thrilled with how it came out! We’ve always built new but this time I took what was here and made it all our own. I loved the challenge of working within the constraints of existing architecture, plumbing, etc and still making it work.
Counter peninsula removed to make room for island and proper kitchen flow. Cabinets painted white, new hardware, new uppers with glass door and stone backsplash.
The great room transformed from dark and closed in to open and light. New trim, floors, and floor to ceiling stone fireplace.
Fireplace before and after
New flooring, lighting and quartz counters. Removing the heavy window treatments to allow the gorgeous view to be seen and enjoyed from the array of windows inside.
Removal of the wall between the kitchen and the great room allowed for installation of this massive island and for the home to open up and flow. Island has seating for three and gorgeous quartz counters.
Kitchen rearranged for better flow and use of space.
Master Bathroom – removed oversized un-usable tub and added second vanity.
Master Bathroom shower – after removing the oversized tub we were able to make the shower larger and fill it with elegant glass tile.
Full bathroom with new floor, vanity and wall of glass tile
How great that we were able to keep the original grey tub and update it with this gorgeous glass tile wall?!
I loved the challenge of working within the constraints of existing architecture, plumbing, etc and still making it work.
An outdated condo turned contemporary; with creative ideas to turn the feel from small space to upscale, open space.
Closet turned into useable bench with storage
updated full bath
new paint, trim and trim details
fresh paint and new doors
new paint and fixtures
custom woodwork around doors
new tile and shower doors
contemporary sink with custom cabinetry
small master turned into useable shower by removing tub
old natural oak cabinets stained dark
contemporary 3rd full bath
entertaining space in basement