This condo was stuck in the 70s: dingy brown cabinets, worn out fixtures, ready for a complete overhaul. What began as a bathroom update evolved into a complete remodel of the condo. The kitchen became our main target, and as we brought it out of the 70s, the rest came with it.
ur client wanted a home closer to their grandchildren, but to be comfortable and functional, it needed an update. Once we begin on a design plan for one space, the vision can spread across to the other rooms, up the walls, and down to the floors. Beginning with the bathroom, our client opted for a clean and elegant look: white quartz, subway tile, and floating shelves, all of which was easy to translate into the kitchen.
The shower and tub were replaced and tiled with a perfectly sized niche for soap and shampoo, and a slide bar hand shower from Delta for an easy shower experience. Perfect for bath time with the grandkids! And to maximize storage, we installed floating shelves to hide away those extra bath toys! In a condo where the kitchen is only a few steps from the master bath, it’s helpful to stay consistent, so we used the same quartz countertops, tiles, and colors for a consistent look that’s easy on the eyes.
The kitchen received a total overhaul. New appliances, way more storage with tall corner cabinets, and lighting that makes the space feel bright and inviting. But the work did not stop there! Our team repaired and painted sheetrock throughout the entire condo, and also replaced the doors and window frames. So when we’re asked, “Do you do kitchens?” the answer is, “We do it all!”