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Replaced a one-piece fiberglass shower with porcelain. Walls were tiled with vertical glass accent tiling. There was a Grohe shower fixture and built in shelf. The door and partition were acid-washed, 3/8 glass. The shower pan, curb of precast polystyrene, and tile substrate are Schluter systems.
Bathroom rebuild replaces dated amenities… This project was a complete gut and rebuild of a bathroom. A dated cast iron tub-shower combination with a 30×60 shower stall. The shower base was polystyrene with an infinity drain by Schluter Systems. The door and partition were clear, 3/8 glass with stainless steel, barn door style opening hardware.Continue reading “Bedford Bathroom”
This project was a gut and replace of a bathroom, which included a shower expansion. The shower had a glass enclosure with one sliding panel. Next to the shower was a free standing Maax tub and tub filler by Grohe. As well, the vanity by Strasser was satin white with granite counter top and undercountContinue reading “Edgemoor Bathroom”
This kitchen remodel included the removal of a structural wall that separated the kitchen from the dining room. This opened up the space, bringing in more light and a cohesive flow to the ground floor. As well, it allowed for much greater design flexibility. For example, the open design allowed enough space for an island.Continue reading “Partridge House”
This kitchen remodel posed many challenges due to rerouting mechanicals (i.e. plumbing, electrical, etc.), a common problem when working on ‘Deck Houses’. As well, it included the removal of several partition walls, all the cabinets, and stripping the floor. The project also required reworking the fin tube heating that was installed behind the existing cabinets.Continue reading “Acorn House”
This was a complete gut and remodel of a 1100SF warehouse condominium. The floors were factory finished Brazilian Cherry from Lumber Liquidators. We laid the flooring on top of an engineered noise attenuation layer. The fireplace was electric and was installed with a mantel from Castle Design. Also, the mantle shelf and sides were extendedContinue reading “Lewis Wharf”