Have you ever driven through your neighborhood and realized how nice it is to have friends you know and school districts you are familiar with, to then pull in your driveway and look at your dated, aging home and have to make the ever-dreaded decision to move or to reclaim your castle?
This client never blinked. They were all in with a whole house makeover, starting with the main floor of the interior through the master bedroom, moving on to a family room addition, open rear porch, fresh paint and while we are at it throw on some new siding. Finished product is current and relevant to today’s styles and floor plans.
How was the problem solved?
The new kitchen was outfitted with Kabinart cabinetry in Alpine white and Espresso. The brushed nickel cabinet pulls & knobs were from Richelieu and the backsplash tile called Random Brick Contemporary Mocha was purchased from Chesapeake Tile & Marble. The large, 31 inch, 16 gauge, stainless sink is from Artisan and affords the homeowner a spacious area for wash up.
To update the master bathroom we installed Painted White Six Square cabinetry which brings more lightness to the room with Edwardian polished chrome 3 inch cabinet pulls from Top Knobs. The neutral color tile floor was set on the diagonal with 12” x 12” Marmol Venatino Honed flooring and the shower walls also boast Marmol Venatino in random 3” x 6” and 3” x 12” tiles. The beautiful neo angle shower floor is outfitted with 12” x 12” Alpine Pebble tile. The master bath tile was purchased through Chesapeake Tile & Marble. The chrome bathroom faucets and shower package are made by Moen and were obtained through Thomas Somerville Co. Lastly the beautiful, new, energy efficient Andersen windows were installed as was new vinyl siding called, Mainstreet Dutchlap made by CertainTeed in Canyon Clay.
Results – an updated beautiful new home on a very private court where life can continue near friends and family! This was an award winner, see the feature in the Baltimore Sun.