Great Room & Bathroom Remodel
Who lives here
A pair of fun-loving empty nesters – Susan and Brian.
Obstacles and Opportunities
This 1970’s split level offered plenty of space, unfortunately it wasn’t in the kitchen.
“Professional and skillful, friendly and fun, that describes our experience with the New Spaces Team.” – Susan and Brian
With the children grown and launched it was time to remodel this 1970s split-entry home – and to continue making memories with their grandchildren in the same home! This dramatic transformation took down several walls to create an open kitchen and refreshed family room.
The kitchen features a combination of maple and rustic hickory cabinetry, Hanstone and Cambria quartz countertops, and Adura luxury flooring.
When it came to the bathroom, this client was ready to have some fun. New luxury vinyl flooring was laid throughout the space and wainscoting was added to give the room a cozy feel. New quartz countertops adorn the enameled cabinetry with new sinks and faucets to make this vanity an everyday luxury.
A pantry cabinet provides a great deal of storage and in such a beautiful way. This pantry is highlighted by the darker cabinets to the left. The entire kitchen really pops by perfectly blending light and dark surfaces to create a stunning contrasting affect. The remodel brought out a look that’s both modern and luxurious all at once.
An induction range top and low-profile vent hood allowed plenty of space to create a tile feature. Coordinating tiles were used to provide a little interest in the cooking zone without overwhelming the space. This look paired well with the maple cabinets and also ensures an especially functional and uncrowded kitchen cooking space.
We all need a charging zone, why not get it off the countertop? These LeGrand fixtures are a chic answer to a common question. This configuration provides dimmable under-cabinet lighting, a stereo, charging station and auxiliary outlets for small appliances.
Drawer bases have turned into the real work horse of the modern kitchen. Drawers allow for easy access to storage and eliminate the need to bend down and reach to the back corner of a lower cabinet. Peg systems, like the one here, make it possible to keep everyday things at hand while maintaining a beautiful facade on the outside.
This living room got an update in addition to the kitchen and bathroom. Luxury vinyl flooring was continued into the space and new cabinetry flanks the fireplace, blending the old and the new in this split level great room.