In this basement remodel we framed in the big screen TV as part of the bookshelves and entertainment center. The built-to-match steamer trunk in lined with aromatic cedar.
Included in the basement finish is this hearth-style kitchen with tiled counters and backsplash. The cabinet manufacturer could not supply a particular unit we wanted so we made one to match.
A custom made Irish Hutch was requested to display Grandma's Fiesta Ware
Each level of this wine closet holds 99 bottles of wine.
This bathroom included a custom built vanity with limestone counter top to match the shower.
This texture looks like limestone and gives a dramatic effect. This 6-step process looks great with just about any decor.
Built partially into the slope and adding lots of wisteria keeps this gazebo cool. We made the Adirondack chairs and table.
In this kitchen update we lowered the bar to open up the kitchen and dining areas. Granite counter tops, under cabinet lighting, Venetian plaster walls and new cabinet hardware completed the look. Instead of the traditional tile back splash we used a stacked quartz to give dimension and interest. With all new appliances we were finished.
This kitchen remodel included new birch cabinets with Silestone counter tops. The walls and front of the island were covered in stacked slate. Removing the raised bar opened the space. Venetian plaster on the other walls completed the new kitchen.
In this project we removed some decorative trim and covered the old hardboard siding with a cast stone. The sidewalk was widened, covered with a quartz flagstone and lighting added to accommodate the new flagpole. There is a heat mat under the flagstone to prevent ice build up. Two shorter columns were added in front of the the window on the right for planters. The final step was to acid stain and seal the driveway.
This kitchen remodel included new Alder cabinets with glass/bluestone back splash. The countertops are black oyster granite.
Kitchen remodeling, bathroom remodeling and basement finishing are some of the projects we love to handle. How about a custom designed and crafted door?