This homeowner called us after inheriting a beloved family home that needed some extra TLC. We relish in completing whole-house renovations and this family home in Orange County was no exception. Read on to learn how we replaced almost everything from top to bottom in this beautiful home that is now ready for another lifetime of love and memories!
In our latest bathroom remodels in Mebane, NC, the homeowners had an eye for design! With selective taste, their choices helped to create unique bathrooms that will stand the test of time. Read on to learn how we remodeled all three bathrooms in this beautiful home!
We were excited to take on two Chapel Hill bathroom renovations for some amazing clients. We replaced everything in both the master and the hall bathrooms, except for the vanities which were painted to give a fresh look. The homeowners were so pleased with the work we did, that they plan to hire us to do another bathroom when their son goes back to college. We love repeat customers!
It is not uncommon for homeowners to begin planning their next home renovation as we are completing their project. When beautifying one area of the home, outdated features previously unnoticed can often become more pronounced. In this bathroom renovation in Durham, NC, these homeowners knew from the beginning they wanted to extend their renovation into several other areas of their home.
We are proud to announce we have joined the world’s leading trade association for the kitchen and bath industry, National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA). NKBA provides tools, research, certifications, and events to thousands of home remodeling professionals across the country. We are excited to be a part of such an engaging group of professionals in our industry. We look forward to improving our ability to stay up-to-date with industry-specific insights on technology, product trends, and much more!
This Durham kitchen remodel project transformed an outdated, but mostly functional kitchen, into a gorgeous and modern kitchen that will be great for cooking and entertaining and has many custom features that the homeowners will enjoy. We gutted the whole kitchen and started building back with new Shaker-style dark aquamarine cabinets that are simply beautiful. The green-blue of the cabinets is set off with a light grey subway tile backsplash and a light quartz countertop to give a fresh, modern feel.
These homeowners are now ready for spring and summer with a new screened porch in Durham. The old deck featured a pergola with a red stain, both of which served their purpose but it was definitely time for an update. They wanted an enclosed porch to relax and entertain that provided more shade from the sun.
This Hillsborough remodel was all about updating the kitchen in a way that made better use of the existing space. Things in the old kitchen seemed outdated and cramped and if we could redesign the space, the homeowners would get much more usability and enjoyment out of it. We accomplished this by moving appliances, adding more counter space, and other small tweaks. There was also a lack of storage so adding in elements that would address this was a top priority. We essentially used the same floor plan but now the kitchen is more functional and beautiful.
In the 80s and 90s, it was standard for builders to include a large garden tub in their master bathroom designs. What homeowners found is that, though they enjoy an occasional soak, the tub shouldn’t occupy up to a third of their usable space! In our latest master bathroom remodel in Chapel Hill, NC, we transformed an outdated, cluttered, space into an open, spacious, elegant retreat with all the function, and none of the clutter. Read on to learn more.