We kept the charm of this 1920’s kitchen but opened it up and added some much-needed lighting, quartz countertops and a subway tile backsplash. We refinished the floors to bring out its features and complement the new amenities. We also added a stainless range and hood, and a built-in, space-saving table.
The owner wanted to modernize the space to fit the home’s Craftsman style. We took down a wall to open up the space, then added subway tile, white quartz countertops, a custom range hood, inset cabinetry with antique brass hardware, and floating shelves in a natural oak finish to match the existing windows.
We were able to double the size of this kitchen thanks to a large addition that was added to the house. We maximized the new space with additional storage and cabinets, and added a wow factor with new granite countertops, stainless appliances, subway tile backsplash, and a pop of color on the walls.
This kitchen was lacking work space, so we installed a new island with plenty of room for meal prep. We replaced the doors on the kitchen’s existing cabinets and added quartz countertops and backsplash. We topped it all off with new pendant lights and under-counter lighting. What a transformation!
We brought this kitchen into the 21st century and gave it a sleek, modern look. We brightened up the room with a lot of lighting inside, below and above the cabinets. We also added a window over the sink and a double door in the back. New seating and metal pendant lights finished the look. Stunning!
The original kitchen was dark and dated, so we gave it a modern makeover. We added stainless appliances and opened up the space around the window. We also updated the cabinets and hardware, added quartz countertops and backsplash. and installed lighting that is both eye-catching and functional.
This powder room was bright but tired looking. We added chair rail molding and chose a bold paint and wallpaper. Then we updated the plumbing fixtures and added new hardware. It’s amazing what a few updates here and there can do to transform a room!
Dark countertops and cabinets really made this kitchen feel small. We brightened it up with new white cabinets, a light-colored, less busy backsplash, and updated, brighter lighting. We also added a farmhouse-style sink to match the overall architecture of the rest of the home.
We wanted to give this master bath a grander feel, so we updated the vanity and countertops, and then added a wet room-style shower with a freestanding bath. We finished off the look with a new tile floor and stunning light fixtures. This bathroom went from ho-hum to hotel-worthy!
We designed this dog spa with both dogs and owners in mind! The elevated bath makes it possible to stand and bathe the dogs, while the steps make for an easy entrance and exit. All the cabinets are easy to access and the tile floor cleans up nicely!
This master bath went from workable to wow! We swapped out the dark countertops and added a built-in bath with tile surround. We also upgraded the lighting and laid a new tile floor. The walk-in tile shower looks simple yet elegant, especially with the glass enclosure.
It’s hard to believe this is the same bathroom! We started by creating new vanity spaces and reconfiguring the shower, making it roll-in accessible with new tile and grab bars. We upgraded the countertops, replaced the flooring, and added much more lighting.