Laird Avenue Remodel

Laird Avenue Remodel
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Full wet bar with wine racks, sink, disposal, dishwasher, wine refirgerator, beverage refrigerator, keg-erator, galaxy black granite counter tops, bar seating, alder cabinetry.
“Wine rack” — ahartmurmur
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Deluxe wet bar with every imaginable appliance for the space.
“Cabinets” — strawbrie
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Family room.
“color” — yummor
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Original oak faced cabinets were sanded down and lightly distressed then painted black and lightly sanded to reveal wood tone below.
“LOVE the backsplash. small subway tiles.” — Julianne Martin
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Kitchen with salvaged oak faced cabinetry. The cabinets were distressed and painted black with additioinal sanding to reveal wood tone beneath.
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This home had been remodeled with a second story before we did our remodel. The staircase had one big problem, beds and furniture did not fit up the stairs. We reconfigured the stairs with an additional landing making it possible to to get furniture to the bedrooms upstairs.
“Love the color variation” — strawbrie
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Reconfigured staircase.
“Black treads/ natural floor” — karama
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Rear staircase was opened to give a roomier overall feeling. Wall plaster was removed from several walls in the home and sealed with lacquer. All brick corners were trimmed with moldings to cover any gaps and openings.
“window frames” — pasdtp
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Bedroom with exposed brick walls. Large base, window trims and apron, and crown moldings were used to hide gaps and spaces between adjoining materials.
“Brick wall” — fulacj
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Exposed brick meeting drywalled partition wall.
“color palatte” — domstrada
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