Kitchens & Baths
...cabinets, countertops, tubs to soak in, luxury showers, etc.
A small, cramped and seriously outdated kitchen received a major boost by bumping the far wall over several feet into what used to be a garage. The result gave them significantly more countertop and storage spaces, plus niceties like the wine and drink refrigerator.
This kitchen was a disaster. Too small for the very nice house that it was part of, the solution was to bump it out 6'. Large skylights were added along with furniture grade cabinetry giveing it an elegant appeal. Also manuy fine details make this a tremendously appealing kitchen.
What a dark and dingy kitchen this was! The cabinets weren't all that bad, but the whole effect was massively boring. The bold, new look was achieved with customer cabinets, a strong lighting scheme, picture window and elimination of the useless soffits.
In 40 years, I had not seen a kitchen that was as small and non-functional as this one. A tiny window barely allowed a glimpse into a gorgeous backyard. The new addition gave us room to expand the kitchen plus create expansive views of the landscape.
This tiny, dark, cramped kitchen was expanded into an adjacent screened porch. Quiet, muted tones create a feeling of tranquility the homeowners treasure. More space, plus the new connection to the outdoors with windows and skylights make for pleasant living.
Numerous small changes to the existing layout transformed this decrepit 70's era kitchen into a masterpiece of beauty and functionality. Much of a wall into the dining room was removed creating a pass-through complete with the wine rack.
This master bath had a rarely used garden tub. Combined with a huge mirror, the effect was "stadium-like". The tub was eliminated and a roomy shower built in its place. The bath is now warmer, more intimate, in human scale and with increased storage.
Bamboo was the material of choice in this decidedly "Japanese" styled bath. It was used throughtout to unify the overall design. Storage was accomplished elsewhere allowin the use of simple, clean lines in the vanities, which are both functional and beautiful.
This master bath was old, outdated,a nd non-functional. The countertops were overflowing with "stuff" and contributed to a messy feel. The remodeled bath is gorgeous and far more useful. Well-placed cabinets provide easily accessed storage.