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Whole House Remodel

At the heart of this Remodeling project was a 1980's home that had never been updated.

The homeowners wanted a modern, contemporary, yet warm feel for a new Master Bath. The Bathroom and the Closet were gutted. A more spacious design and dramatic view was achieved by relocating the fixtures and cabinets as well as moving the closet wall. The visual warmth was achieved through the use of faux and natural slate with both dark and soft blue colors with some sparkle in the backsplash. The soft, low sheen, off-white finish accents the clean straight, contemporary, lines of the on the custom vanities and storage cabinets. Subtle, thermal, warmth is achieved through the under floor radiant heating.

Upon completion of the bathroom, we were asked to design a modern yet slightly rustic Kitchen, Entry and Living Area. This was achieved through high definition, faux wood, porcelain, flooring installed throughout these areas. Other features to accomplish this look and feel in the Entry were the rustic alder, custom cabinetry, as well as the custom wrought iron stair railing and distressed, knotty alder stairs and faux beams. We also gave the fireplace a new, modern, warmth with a natural split-face stone veneer. New lighting and hardware accents completed the cabinets and highlighted the awesome leather finished granite tops.

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