After demolition, evidence of the house history is revealed. The 1906 original beams and evidence of celling gas pipes used for lighting are found.
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We just installed a new steel beam, columns and footers to support the new attic build out. Once this was installed all the sagging in the first floor was corrected but as a result this caused movement in existing plaster walls. In this type of renovation, the replacement of existing drywall or plaster must be […]
Beautifully restored original trim throughout displaying unique details.
This project included the addition of a new master bath with a generous size shower and a unique shower bench. In the hall bathroom a large shower niche has been tiled ready for glass shelves.
The ceiling woodwork has been stained. A wall was removed to make a more usable dining room area. Half the beams in this image are original and the other half were added to keep the character of the home.
The pattern in the granite slab selected draws your eyes to the large usable island. The long brass hardware choice is very decorative and ties all the cabinetry together.
The kitchen cabinetry and appliances have been installed. The owner has selected contracting colors that enhance the kitchen layout. Storage was a high priority for this family.
Work is almost done and the moving day is right around the corner. For this project a variety of subway tiles were used for the walls and penny rounds and mosaic tile were used for floors. Wall paint colors and wallpaper add contrast and style. Congratulations to our homebuyers!
A free standing cast iron tub was chosen by the home owners. The designer requested that it be painted a custom gray color to match the master bathroom color scheme. The tub was professionally prepped and coated to the specified color.