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Project Gallery

Moore Master Bathroom with En Suite

This master bathroom was completely transformed!  The vanities and corner soaking tub were removed and replaced with custom cabinetry and a quartz countertop.  The extra-large window was removed to create more privacy and replaced with a smaller unit that allowed for additional cabinetry, including a makeup station and linen closet.  The floor tile and shower tile were removed and updated with a porcelain tile and a beachy decorative accent as well as a custom niche in the shower.  The curb of the half shower wall and shower curb were also installed with the same quartz countertop material to match the vanity top.   The glass doors finish off this stunning shower.  The bathroom and en suite bathroom area walls were painted with a bright beach blue and the light fixtures were replaced with more modern fixtures which also provide more lighting.  Delta faucets and bathroom hardware also replaced the previous faucets and hardware.  Lastly, the round mirrors and matching vanity hardware were installed to finish off the crisp, modern look of this transformation.  

Bills Exterior Stone 

These homeowners wanted to finish off the ugly poured walls with something that matches the rest of their home.  A beautiful natural stone with a limestone cap was installed to make the walls stunning!  The stone finished off the space perfectly – it is maintenance free to collaborate with their maintenance free decking and lattice.  Leaving them more time to enjoy their outdoor space vs working on their outdoor space.

Nedlo Master Bathroom Remodel

This bathroom went from drab to fab!  Starting with a poor layout in a 100+ year old farmhouse, this bathroom was redesigned with function and style in mind.  Removing the soaking tub, tiny vanity and small shower gave way to adding a large vanity and marble countertop.  A custom linen closet and a gorgeous walk-in shower, complete with custom niches installed.  The glass on the half wall around the shower keeps the rooms space open and filled with light.  The floors and shower have ceramic tile and the vanity has a light up mirror that truly brings this bathroom into current times.  This project is a great example of what you can do with ‘rearranging’ a layout to make it more appealing and user friendly.  

Jessmore Master Bathroom Remodel

This remodel involved gutting the entire bathroom and toilet/shower areas.  Walls were moved and opened up to create a private toilet area and add a custom make up station.  The new walk-in shower has porcelain tile and a linear drain with several niches for customer convenience.  The heated porcelain floor tile in the bathroom provides contrast with the light-colored painted walls and Omega cabinetry and will keep their feet toasty warm.  The cabinets were installed with added hair accessory storage with electrical outlet inside the makeup station.  The sink fixtures were chosen to coordinate with the shower fixtures and the new light and mirrors.  The homeowner selected a stunning granite for the counter tops that coordinates perfectly with the colors in the space.  

Hall Remodel

New luxury vinyl tile was installed in the lower level of this home. The flooring runs continuously from room to room and gives it a warm feel. New trim was installed to complete the look.

Seaberger Backsplash

In this kitchen, formica countertops were removed and replaced with a beautiful white, quartz solid surface countertop.  Purple ceramic tiles were installed in a chevron pattern to give it dimension and add extra flair.  The walls were custom color matched paint to the purple tiles perfectly.  This kitchen now has the pizazz to match the rest of the decor in this modern condominium.  

Austin Staircase

The previous staircase did not have any spindle or railing, making the homeowners feel unsafe.  We installed some fun new spindles and a handrail to match the existing handrail to give the homeowners more assistance when navigating up and down the stairs.  The custom spindles add a perfect flair to this art deco home.

Williams Kitchen Remodel

This kitchen was updated with new oak cabinets; adding a microwave wall cabinet and bank of drawers below it. Custom shelving in both the closet and pantry were installed. New paint and light fixture were installed. The new quartz countertop is highlighted by the mosaic backsplash installed throughout.

Miller Bathroom Remodel

Although the layout of this space didn’t change drastically, the overall result of this remodel is outstanding! The shower was removed and a custom shower with porcelain tile, a niche, glass and a lineal draine were installed. The floor has heated porcelain tile. Both the ceiling and walls were painted. A custom vanity was set in place with an amazing granite piece that compliments the tile and vanity perfectly! (The same granite was also used on the curb of the shower and half wall tops.) New shower, sink and wall fixtures were installed to complete this project.

Benson Master Bathroom Remodel

Out of the 80’s and into the now! This enormous bathroom was filled with busy wallpaper covering the walls, 4 x 4 tiles in the shower, and a 10’ long vanity with 5’ x 10’ mirror above it. The dated tile above the drop-in tub was removed and replaced with a plain white tile. The shower was removed and replaced with SOLID walls of quartz – eliminating any grout lines! It boasts a clean, classy look. The wallpaper was removed, and walls painted with a soft gray to coordinate with the new vanity and quartz countertop. The enormous mirror was removed and replaced with in wall medicine cabinets and an on the wall cabinet centered between the two sinks. Custom mirrors, lighting and hardware were added to complete this transition.

Holmberg Exterior Remodel

This home took on a new updated look when new vinyl siding was installed. Lineals were added around the doors and windows. And, a band board with board and batten at the top makes this pop. A large, new deck was constructed and Azek pvc deck boards were installed to provide a maintenance free deck. The front door was replaced with a new, more modern door that really makes the front of the home stand out.

Seeberger Bathroom Remodel

In this remodel, the one piece tub/shower unit was removed from the bathroom as well as the flooring, closet doors and door to the bathroom entrance. The walls were painted with a color matched color selected by the homeowner. A custom porcelain tile shower was installed with a niche, bench and glass, and matching porcelain tile on the floor. The vanity top was replaced with a quartz top and rectangle sink. The closet doors were replaced with mirrored bifold doors and a barn door was installed on the entrance to create more room in the bathroom. The chrome fixtures (including the chandelier) were added to give it the ‘bling’ that the homeowner was looking for.

Walton Home Remodel

This remodel consisted of taking the home from the 90’s to current times. Both bathrooms and laundry room were gutted and outfitted with new cabinetry, flooring and fixtures. New windows were installed, as well as new light fixtures throughout the home, and new door hinges and handles on all of the doors and kitchen cabinets. New luxury vinyl laminate was installed in the main living areas of the home. Finally, the entire interior of the home was repainted, with new updated trim installed throughout.

Crofoot Kitchen Remodel

This was a kitchen add on to an existing kitchen. The area extends the kitchen and hosts extra storage and a wet bar area and tied in perfectly to the existing kitchen.

Campbell Navarro Bathroom Remodel

This bathroom was gutted and uplifted with new ceramic tile on the floor, a new extra deep tub with ceramic tile on the walls with custom niches and a glass door installed. Fresh paint on the ceiling, walls and trim. A custom vanity was put in place with a quartz top and backsplash. The lighted mirror gives this space an exciting feel and truly ‘lights’ up the room! This bathroom is a mix of fun and functional.

Gysberg Kitchen Remodel

In this remodel, the homeowners already had the cabinets and flooring. We were tasked with coming up with a design to accommodate the cabinets and flooring that they already had on site. We opened up one of the walls; creating a more open floor plan from the kitchen to the living room. We enclosed the staircase to eliminate noises traveling from upstairs/downstairs and vice versa. We converted the laundry area to a mud room. Ship lap was installed on the ceilings to give it a more modern feel and black granite counter tops were installed to create a smooth, modern look.