To Buy New or Remodel Old

Our wonderful clients were trying to decide between buying a new home, or remodeling their current home. Between not wanting to move and not wanting a property tax increase, they decided to remodel! Lucky for us, we were there waiting and ready. With kids grown and out of the house, they were ready to make their home their own.

This remodel total included a full kitchen and half bath remodel, removal of several load bearing walls, all new flooring and paint downstairs. The home transformed from a typical 70's look, to a new contemporary residence full of modern touches. 


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Something Modern

Sometimes, a good space isn't good enough. Our client did not have a terribly outdated kitchen, but just wanted something more. Something modern, tasteful, elegant, and full of usability. 

This beautiful kitchen remodel incorporated sleek blue cabinets, complimented by a gorgeous white Quartz with grey veining. Large pantry cabinets were used, along with high end appliances. 


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A Needed Change

Sometimes we can live with our kitchen's design flaws or outdated looks. But sometimes, we just can't. A complete overhaul was required for our client, and with our client's vision and a lot of hard work, we made it come to life. 

This beautiful transformation included a complete new kitchen design, Cherry wood cabinets with a modern flat frameless European look, New wood floors, and high end appliances. We also utilized the hallway coat closet and turned it into a walk in pantry!


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Tight Spaces


Centry old homes can be full of charm and character. But they can also be full of terribly tight rooms, beyond outdated materials, and a feeling of abandonment. With our client, we blew open  wall and completely transformed her 1920's home into a modern living house. 

This remodel included a wall removal, new modern cabinetry and appliances, and a refinished wood floor. 

And sometimes we forget to take good before pictures because we are too excited about starting demolition and we just forget. 


See below for the transformation!