We worked against the clock to get this project done and we’re happy to say we pulled it off just in time. Our clients were expectant, first-time parents eager to get this done before their baby girl’s arrival! Both kitchen and bathroom were complete gut demolition projects and the kitchen remodel involved taking down a wall to open up the space and allow transition into the dining room.
As far as design we worked alongside our clients to make this kitchen exactly what they wanted. For cabinets they chose the classic shaker style with a couple glass doors thrown in giving it a sleek appearance, navy blue base and white on top for a surprising balance to an otherwise neutral palette, and it was all paired with quartz countertops for some bold contrast. This kitchen also entailed installation of a small pantry cabinet that runs the length of the wall and a cozy, custom built nook that provides additional seating and storage!
The bathroom was completely gutted allowing some movement of the sink and toilet to make it more functional for our client. Color scheme was rather simple, white subway style tiling in the shower, a client favorite, and white tile flooring to allow some major furnishing versatility.