Traditional, Wooden Masterpiece
This whole-home renovation started with a dark, outdated one-level home with an atrium at the center. Our client wanted to brighten up the home, get rid of the atrium, and bring the interior up to current designs and finishes. We added smoothed ceilings throughout, all new painting, new wood flooring in all main living areas, and carpeting in the bedrooms. A covered front porch was added with cedar post and beams to bring character to the front of the house and also a provide a place for their guests to get out into the elements. We put in new front doors and a completely new kitchen, and also remodeled all of their bathrooms. The atrium was enclosed by adding a raised roof to accommodate clerestory windows to let in natural lighting. This raised roof also added new character to the exterior of the home. Cedar posts and beams were used to support the new structure and to bring a warm and natural feel to the wide open space and create a comfortable, relaxing environment in the main living area.
For the kitchen, our client wanted to bring a touch of the farmhouse feel to the space. The complete kitchen remodel included opening a wall up to the sunken sun room, new semi-custom cabinets by Omega Cabinetry, Cambria counter tops, subway tile backsplash, new wood flooring, and new G.E. Appliances. We also added cedar beams to bring a touch of nature and warmth to the white finishes, along with recessed lighting, pendant lighting, under cabinet lighting, smooth ceilings, and fresh paint.
Our client wanted to continue the farmhouse look in their new master bath. We opened up the space by removing walls and add lighting to brighten up the room. The complete bath remodel included new semi-custom cabinetry by Omega Cabinetry, marble counter tops, marble for the flooring and the shower, a free-standing tub, a larger shower with a seat and multiple shower heads with a wand, frameless glass shower enclosure smooth ceilings, added ventilation for humidity, recessed lighting, and framed mirrors.