Before and After
The client wanted a sense of symmetry along the wall to make the fireplace a focal point..
This was an unused desk hutch in the kitchen and the client wanted more use out of the space
This too was a waste of space in the kitchen..
The client wanted to give this wall a facelift
The client’s cabinets were in good shape, so we wanted to give them an update
This basement shower was too small for the Client
The client wanted a seperate office area in her home
These outdoor stairs were old and rotted
This closet was by far the smallest I had ever worked with. It was not functioning for the client and something had to be done
Another bathroom remodel
Outdated bathroom that needed a facelift!
The existing shower was just too small for the clients. We expanded our shower pan both width and length for a more comfortable experience.
Kitchen design layout did not meet the functionality potential, so we tore out everything and started fresh!
Dining room transformation..took out the carpet and replaced with LVP flooring. Fresh grey paint on the walls and painted the trim white. We added some depth and painted the ceiling black which makes the light fixture POP!
So we custom built another bookcase to balance out the space
So we decided to give them more pantry space and a built in wine rack
So we added two new pantrys with pull out drawers for added storage
So we simply painted the woodwork and fireplace mantle, and it looks like a completely different space!
We painted the cabinets and added decorative crown moulding to add some definition, and updated the countertops and backsplash
So we expanded it to make it larger and more accessible
So we built a wall and closed off a home office with this decorative barn door
So we tore them out and completely rebuilt them
We took out the side shelves and built in shelves along with hanging storage to better fit the small space. The client was beside herself with the turnout!
A complete transformation!
We came across this armoire and completely transformed it for a glam closet! Just a little paint, stencils, and new hardware did the trick!
Our customer really wanted to use slate in their bathroom. I think we found a beautiful marriage between the new cabinetry and the slate floors.
We tore out the existing island and replaced it with a 17′ long island. The storage gain is such a plus! We also squared off the wall with the pantry to gain the extra pantry space and added cabinetry on the far left wall by the window. A complete transformation!