Interior Remodel – Part 5 of 8

We’ve been through the living room, kitchen, master bed and bath, and the other two bedrooms in this house. Today, it’s time to take care of that room which your guests will see, and you won’t see them seeing it: the guest bathroom.

Here we have the dramatic change between demo and completed:20160415_1459582017-01-16 15.26.09

Close-up of the Daltile® ceramic tile tub/shower surround:2017-01-16 15.26.27

The quartz vanity top shines under the white lights:IMG_1959

The completed bathroom:IMG_1955

This is one room in your house you can’t afford to skip. Who doesn’t judge a place by its restroom? Is yours dragging down the quality of the rest of your house? We can tell you just about what it would take to fix that, if you contact us here or call us at (870) 845-1121.

Next week we’re going to have some fun with before-and-afters. Enter your email on the right or like our page on Facebook to stay tuned!

Interior Remodel – Part 4 of 8

A bedroom is perhaps the easiest room to improve, and, given its designation as a place to rest, why wouldn’t you want it to be as peaceful and pretty as possible? After checking out the improvements in the living room, the kitchen, and the master bed and bath, this week’s post features a glimpse of the two bedrooms.

In these rooms we simply painted the walls and installed new doors, new baseboard and crown trim, and new DreamWeaver® carpet on the floor, in order to turn them into the modern, serenely beautiful spaces you see below: IMG_1961IMG_19622017-01-16 15.25.502017-01-16 15.25.55

Are your bedrooms peaceful places, or do they need just a little something? Contact us here or call us today at (870) 845-1121 for your free estimate.

Next we visit that room in your house which many of your guests will see, and you won’t see them seeing it. Think you know which room it is? Enter your email on the right or like our page on Facebook, and find out if you’re right next week!

 

Interior Remodel – Part 3 of 8

Do your master bedroom and bath feel like a retreat to you, or are they the kind of place you only want to be in when the lights are off? They may be rooms you keep mostly to yourself, but that doesn’t mean they don’t deserve as much love as your living room or kitchen. They should be your haven, the one place where you can let go and relax, and let’s be honest, who can really relax in a room they don’t like? Let us make your safe place as beautiful and peaceful as our homeowner’s master en suite becomes in this week’s post.

In a remodel, things certainly do get worse before they get better, especially in the demo stage here in the master bath:20160415_150018

With Certainteed® drywall hung, we’re already seeing an improvement:20160510_164541

And at last we have the completed master bath, gleaming in soothing neutral colors:  IMG_1970We brought the COREtec® walnut flooring into the master bath as well, creating a nice contrast with all the grays and whites:IMG_1968IMG_19672017-01-16 15.24.36

The newly-remodeled master bedroom keeps the modern neutral color pallette, but adds softness with the DreamWeaver® carpet and a pop of patterns on the bed:IMG_1964IMG_1965IMG_1963

Do you wish your master bed and bath were so pretty that you would want to spend time in them during the day as well as at night? We can tell you just about what it would take to turn them into a retreat as lovely as this one. Contact us here or call us today at (870) 845-1121 and we will be delighted to give you a free estimate.

Stay tuned for next week, where we’ll get a look at the magic done in the other two bedrooms in this home. Enter your email on the right or like our page on Facebook to be sure you don’t miss it!

Interior Remodel – Part 2 of 8

Do you ever look around your kitchen and just think ‘This could be better’? You might be right, and we might be able to help you prove it. This lady certainly did, as you can see in this week’s post, when we enter what is arguably the most important room in a house and watch it transform from a bare, unsightly corner into a beautiful modern kitchen.

After demolition, this space is scarcely identifiable as a kitchen:20160415_145730

The Certainteed® drywall is hung, and if you look to the right, you can see the original brick dining room wall:20160504_153141

The dining room wall, freshly painted white to match the living room brick:2016-07-11 11.13.29

The new custom-built kitchen cabinets are installed:2016-07-15 13.56.422016-07-15 13.56.58

The finished product, with gleaming Cambria® countertops and Daltile® backsplash:2017-01-16 15.31.44

As you can see, the COREtec® flooring from the living room stretches on into the dining room and kitchen:2017-01-16 15.29.26

The dining room table in the foreground, with the painted brick wall to the right and the finished kitchen in the background. In this photo, the under-cabinet lights in the kitchen have been turned on:2017-01-16 15.37.35

Don’t you wish your kitchen looked like this?2017-01-16 15.29.42

Perhaps it can. Contact us here or give us a call at (870) 845-1121 and we can give you a free estimate on transforming the kitchen in your house.

Last week we remodeled the living room; next week, it’s time for the master bed and bath. Enter your email on the right or like our page on Facebook to be sure you don’t miss it.