Kitchen and Foyer Renovation

We took this small, outdated galley kitchen and transformed it into an open concept kitchen with plenty of storage and workspace. Some of the features that helped modernize this kitchen, other than new cabinetry and adding/relocating lighting, include; turning the texture ceiling to a flat ceiling, patching and refinishing the hardwood floor throughout, installing tile at the entrance and fireplace flush with the hardwood floor, updating the baseboard, and of course a fresh coat of paint.

Kitchen and Foyer Renovation

Another outdated kitchen ready for updating. One challenge with this was to expand the kitchen while still allowing a smooth flow into the hallway. The solution; curve the tile floor around the island. Along with new cabinetry, what really helped transform this house are; adding and relocating new lighting, glass mosaic backsplash, updated tile floor, new treads/risers on stairs, and a fresh coat of paint

Main Floor Renovation

This experienced kitchen was ready for an update. Removing the interior walls alone transformed this living space. Some of what was involved in this renovation include; new tile floor in kitchen and foyer, new hardwood floor in living and dining room, updated lighting/baseboard/casing, new cabinetry, accent stone walls, and a fresh coat of paint

This kitchen involved a complete demolition and remodel. It was very dark and closed off. The homeowners where looking for a bright, open look. It now feels much more welcoming. Other than the obvious relocation's of appliance and sink locations and cabinet updates, some key aspects that helped to accomplish this open concept look were; replacing the bulkhead with a flush-mount beam, making one continuous flat ceiling. Extending the kitchen area, and replacing the floor with oak hardwood throughout. Relocating the window to the back wall, and installing glass railings. Of course, a fresh coat of paint helps too!

This bathroom update left very little of the existing bathroom resemblance. Removing a chimney that ran next to the entrance left more room for a vanity. Relocating the toilet and vanity also helped with the functionality of this room. One of the nice features is the long, lineal niche in the shower. Since this was an exterior wall, a second wall had to be framed in front to allow for the necessary R-value. All new finishings and lighting make this grey and white bathroom very bright and warm.