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Scott Haig, CKD
5 Reviews
Kitchen SImple
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Scott Haig
“backsplash accent on the bottom; more of a transition?” — cesarluis1
Scott Haig, CKD
5 Reviews
Kitchen SImple
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The kitchen opens up into the family room and view of the pool and lake outside.
“would this be the size of my island?” — chilanga
Scott Haig, CKD
5 Reviews
Kitchen Simple
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Replacing out-dated cabinetry with new, natural maple cabinets in an updated layout, gave this kitchen a transformed look and more storage.
“kitchen color” — davecorsetti
Scott Haig, CKD
5 Reviews
Revitalized Master Bath on a Budget
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Though the perimeter walls remained in place, we completely reconfigured floor plan to achieve much better use of space and some budget-friendly and tasteful details, like some luxurious glass tile.
“counter top and accent wall - tub no apron” — koso4
Scott Haig, CKD
5 Reviews
Small Bath Big Redo
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Efficient design was the key to squeezing every inch of useful space out of the existing room, with finishes expressing sophistication and character its users can enjoy.
“possible ?” — veriteri68
Scott Haig, CKD
5 Reviews
Small Bath Big Redo
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Efficient, utilitarian design was the key to squeezing every ounce of useful space out of an existing 6'x7' bathroom. The finishes were used to express some sophistication and character for its users to enjoy--all on a tight budget.
“Love the sink and countertop” — jodyrae01
Scott Haig, CKD
5 Reviews
Small Bath Big Redo
Ideabooks24
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The stepped back countertop and vanity cabinet gives a few more precious inches for clearance, without sacrificing countertop space.
“Square sink” — kjtoniette
Scott Haig, CKD
5 Reviews
Small Bath Big Redo
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Though tight on circulation space, it is all efficiently and elegantly used. There is a tall storage cabinet tucked behind the door, too. The stepped back countertop adds a few inches of breathing room, while the glass tile dresses up the room.
“Shower” — genadushan
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