Whole House Remodel University Park

See before and after photos below.


Whole House Residential Interior

The homeowners’ primary goal for this renovation project was to open the kitchen to the family room, convert the downstairs powder bath to a full bath in order to accommodate their aging parents when they visit and to update the finishes to their tastes. The original kitchen layout was not ideal and needed to be addressed. You had to walk 14’ across the kitchen between the refrigerator and the sink and 16’ between the cooktop and wall ovens. Another thing that was very important to our client was having the ability to cook for his young children with them setting at the island in front of him eagerly watching. The new design addressed all of their issues in a creative and visually stimulating manner.

Our client also wanted the study to double as a guest bedroom so the powder bath needed to be converted into a full bath to accommodate their request. With an oddly positioned wet bar located directly behind the powder bath, it was an easy decision to remove the bar and enlarge the space to accommodate a full bath.

Our clients’ designer had some great ideas, but needed help with creating as-builts, the architectural design and structural engineering, that’s where our design build team fit seamlessly into this renovation project. [READ MORE]

Kitchen View A Before

Kitchen View B Before

Kitchen View C Before

Powder Bath Before

Dining Room Before

Study Before

Master Bath View A Before

Master Bath View B Before

Daughter’s Bedroom Before

Kitchen View A After

Kitchen View B After

Kitchen View C After

Powder Bath After

Dining Room After

Study After

Master Bath View A After

Master Bath View B After

Daughter’s Bedroom After

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