This full house remodeled was from the basement to the attic to include the structural engineering-removal of the load-bearing wall, new open kitchen, installation of an additional a/c unit, additional flooring to match existing and refinished hardwood wood floor, remodeled bathroom, remodeled basement and a full house new interior painting.
An open atmosphere was created with the demising wall taken down from between the kitchen and the dining room. New additional storage was created from the installation of new custom-made cabinets to match the out-of-stock existing cabinets. All lively accent colors and chic decor were picked out by the homeowners.
A narrow and outdated kitchen turned into a contemporary artwork that has become center feature of the home. This remodeled work include the structural wall taken out, expanded the hardwood flooring to match existing throughout the first floor, installed wide overhang countertops for social dining experience, add light fixture to brighten the space, enlarged the window opening to create a one-piece picturesque frame, and new wall and ceiling paint throughout the first floor.
A major cosmetic change was reinvented from what were the blue painted cabinets, aged laminate countertop and flooring with outdated appliances into a classic elegant black and white kitchen. In keeping the sturdy well-made cabinets, they were repainted in white and then were adorned with new hardware and accessorized with new white appliances. The black dot and white diamond pattern on the blacksplash helps to tie in the black galaxy granite diamond floor tile and countertops.
This first floor of a piggy back to back townhouse was totally gutted. Walls that had enclosed the kitchen were taken down to maximize square footage and open up the small space. This new kitchen now has a high end custom made European cabinets featuring heavy use of crafted wood that can be seen in the crown moldings, corbel, and custom high bar chair. In keeping with the Art & Crafts style, the walls were painted in warm bold colors and finished with natural stone backsplash and flooring.
A narrow and small kitchen like this size was unfit for a growing family until it was renovated. To create more storage space, we installed tall upper cabinets featuring clerestories like above. The beautiful clerestory cabinets were a great idea to showcase the occasionally use of fine chinaware. The new quartz countertops and earthy color backsplash were artfully put together with the staggered tile floor. Brighten by the exuberant orange paint, this kitchen is now eye-catching and functional.
There is no better way to open up an enclosed living space and kitchen than to take down some walls and redesigned it to become a more entertaining space. Some of the work include installation of all hardwood flooring throughout first floor, made an opening for French door leading to the deck, build up an island for engaging guests while cooking, create a downward ventilation for the new cooktop, added new recessed lights throughout the space, cabinet lights,pendants and all new appliances.
Cinnamon spice maple cabinets with champagne granite floating on cool mossy green wall. Other feature includes: exotic hardwood floor.
Gutted from floor to ceiling with structurally new raised ceiling height, this small old tight kitchen in D.C. now has a contemporary look with new Brazilian cherry hardwood floor to match existing in the rest of the home. Other features include: silestone countertop, built-in trash compactor, extended bar countertop for eating area, and flat panel door espresso cabinets, storage compartment unit for kids in the living room side.
Lowell’s remodeled kitchen for a sophisticated look that entails: natural travertine floor and backsplash, black granite with elegant gold specks, toffee maple wood cabinet, inviting ivory painted wall, sparkling lights, a wall of built-in pantry storage unit with a refrigerator, glass display cabinet above the sink, and an overhead and below cabinet lighting.
This kitchen's cabinets are still in great shape so the only changes are the new countertops, sink, appliances, and new paint on all walls, trims and ceiling. Wow! The beauty in cosmetic change is not only cost effective but the end result is amazing!
In keeping with 80’s vintage style, the solid wood cabinets was painted in cream with new backsplash, granite top, and floor tiles to bring this kitchen up to date. Other features includes: new storage pull-out drawers in all base cabinets for better accessibility.
This artistic homeowner wanted to brighten up the dinning room with natural lighting so we squared off from the arch door and open up the adjacent wall. The opening was the second window to the outdoor sunshine and the knee wall became a breakfast area. It became a functional and useful piece of art!
From a dim and narrow alley kitchen in the back of the house to this fantastic bright spacious and useful kitchen! With the homeowner vision, we took down the partition wall and combine the old kitchen and the dinning room into one big open space. The kitchen expanded, allowing more countertops area for prepping, cooking and entertaining. From ceiling to floor, everything was changed, even the new back door to match the color of new cabinets. This new kitchen is now a functional beauty!
Everything was falling apart BUT the refrigerator (it stay). In keeping with the budget, we kept the same layout and brighten the kitchen with sky blue paint and lots of lights!