This 1950’s rambler hadn’t received much updating since it had been built. The project includes a full kitchen, master bath remodel, and a completely finished basement. In addition, the leaky old galvanized plumbing system was replaced with modern PVC and PEX piping.
Built in the 1950’s, this kitchen suffered from a lack of counter space, a lack of storage space, and some scary electrical and plumbing problems. After fully gutting the room to the studs, the mechanicals were upgraded, the walls were re-insulated, drywalled and painted. Custom cherry cabinets, Cambria quartz countertops, and stainless appliances provided the finishing touches.
Our design team did a great job of making the most of a very small galley kitchen space. This kitchen incorporates numerous colors and textures to appeal to every sense: Cherry, copper, stainless, bronze, dark gray backsplash tile, and dark brown LVT flooring.
The bathroom also suffered from some electrical and plumbing deficiencies, including a rotten floor near the toilet. After many “behind the wall” upgrades, the space was finished off with LVT floor tile, custom cherry cabinetry, Cambria quartz countertops, and fixtures from Delta and Kohler.
Our clients goals for the basement were: provide additional storage, upgrade the laundry service, add a ¾ bathroom, and provide a generous multi-purpose area, which could be used for family space or an office setup. The space was dark and gloomy, so our plan included new egress windows and plenty of recessed lighting. One side of the basement is “utility” with plenty of closets for storage. The other side features the large multi-purpose space. In addition, a combination laundry/bathroom consolidates these areas to free up space for other uses.