Living Room Remodeling
Customer Issue: The existing fireplace didn’t fit the overall style of Mrs. Gates’ home.
Our Solution: This customer’s home was a mixture of rustic and modern elements, so we had to figure out which materials would fit that style the best. We decided to replace the existing chimney with a taller one to really make it pop. We used sandstone for the hearth and stacked stone for the rest of the fireplace and chimney. Changing that one thing made the world of difference for the overall look.
Customer Issue: Our customer upgraded her appliances only to find they looked out of place in her outdated kitchen.
Our Solution: Since the plan was to build new cabinetry, we decided to make the kitchen not only more beautiful but more functional as well. We moved the fridge closer to the double oven wall and range and installed the dishwasher right next to the sink. Our storage solutions included slide-out shelves and a narrow pull out spice rack. To contrast the dark wood stained cabinets, we installed a white tile backsplash as well as snow-white marble countertops.
Customer Issue: Mr. Clayton wished to make his bathroom more practical.
Our Solution: Since Mr. Clayton didn’t use the existing tub as much, he decided to get rid of it and to go for a large shower instead. So, we removed the tub and made a spacious curbless shower with a frameless sliding glass enclosure. We also installed built-in shampoo shelves as well as a square rain shower head and handheld shower wand. He also wanted us to install the tiles he had chosen for the shower as flooring, and that’s exactly what we did.