Remodeling a bathroom in a historic home involves quite a bit more than our typical renovations. This particular Hillsborough, NC home, built in the 1700s, has been in the family for generations. The last renovation occurred in the 1960’s so we had our work cut out for us. Luckily, Ramses, the UNC mascot, was in the backyard supervising our work along the way!
In our latest master bathroom renovation in Durham, we kept the same footprint but gutted most of the bathroom before starting over fresh. Although we replaced almost every single item, the custom, frameless shower enclosure is the star of this master bathroom renovation.
The deck on this home in Efland was old and ready to be torn down. The homeowners were looking for a brand new screened porch to extend the living space in their home.
In a recent outdoor living remodel in Durham, NC, we created an outdoor oasis while adhering to strict guidelines set by the homeowners’ association. This client values their privacy and was disappointed to learn their homeowners’ association required all fencing remain open. We created a custom 6′ shadow box fence with the shadow box facing the inside to adhere to the guidelines set by the HOA while affording the homeowner their cherished privacy. The addition of the paver patio completes this private oasis.
Every married couple has their own secrets to success. One thing that makes these homeowners’ marriage successful is not sharing the master bathroom. The wife uses the master and the husband enjoys the solitude of the hall bathroom. Everyone has their space and everyone is happy…except when one of the rooms is in need desperate need of a makeover! Housing Solutions enjoyed restoring harmony to their home by upgrading their bathroom in Durham.
These particular homeowners wanted the privacy of a fence but their homeowners’ association insisted on open fencing. The custom shadowbox fencing creates privacy while allowing the homeowners to adhere to the guidelines in their community. The decorative accent across the top adds a little more height and a unique flair to this now enclosed patio area.
This Durham bathroom remodel transformed a functional but outdated hall bath into a modern, bright and beautiful retreat for the homeowners.
Our latest kitchen remodel in Durham included updating cabinets, lighting, flooring, counter tops and backsplash. We started off the project by safely and efficiently demoing the entire old kitchen. We also scraped the popcorn ceilings and smoothed those out. The homeowner wanted to keep her appliances, a great way to save money during a remodel.
In our latest Durham bathroom remodel, we demolished the existing bathroom including the entire ceiling, and replaced the original popcorn ceiling by installing and painting brand new sheetrock. In addition to the light fixtures over the sink, we added recessed lights, otherwise known as can lights, to supplement the lighting. We also installed large subway tiles throughout the shower tub combo and behind the vanity and toilet.
We brought in a designer to take our latest master bathroom remodel in Durham, NC to the next level. In this complete renovation, we brought in new sheetrock, electrical, and plumbing. We enlarged the shower and replaced the corner jacuzzi tub with a free-standing tub with a floor-mount tub filler. The completely frameless enlarged shower includes matte black hardware to match the floor-mounted tub filler. Also in the shower, we installed a subway brick pattern with a large over-sized custom niche and an accent wall. The large vanity boasts custom cabinetry and quartz countertops. Luxury vinyl tile flooring, custom shelving and unique lighting finish off this beautiful Durham master bathroom remodel.