By Carol Loveless || President

While we have completed many home remodel and painting projects during the past few months, one stands out as not only one of the largest, but also comprised modern design details, multiple trades coordination, and an overall transformative experience for the homeowners. This remodel touched all areas of the downstairs, including the popcorn ceiling above, and a sleek kitchen modernization which included removing a wall to open it to the dining room. It required multiple talented trades: electrician, plumbing, painting, carpentry, custom-cabinet building, tile laying, demolition, countertop cutting and installing, appliance and other installations.

To get a closer look at the project, please visit the Houzz link: Houzz project link

Here is a summary of the work in the kitchen:
– Wall removed between kitchen and dining room
– White granite countertops
– White ceramic tile
– White and dark brown flat panel cabinets with press-to-open doors and drawers.
– 2 islands built and installed
– Island with cool-touch range and stainless steel range overhead from ceiling.
– Undermount sink with waterfall faucet.
– Moved and installed new stainless steel refrigerator and installed wine-cooler refrigerator.
– New lighting in ceiling and under cabinets.

In addition:

– Brightened rooms with white-tone paint on walls, stair rails, and brick
– Replaced laminate flooring with ceramic floor tiles
– Installed and painted a custom-built book shelving
– Retextured ceiling by removing popcorn texture, retextured, and painted.

Ready to start updating your home? Contact us for a free estimate: 210-403-3232,