BEFORE: Master Bedroom

AFTER: Master Bedroom

This room is unrecognizable from the before!  Imagine faux wood paneling, linoleum flooring, washer, dryer and utility sink lining the wall.   We vaulted the ceiling and stained the ‘exposed beams’ with a whitewash meant to evoke a seaside aesthetic.

BEFORE: Ski Lodge Rental Property

AFTER: Ski Lodge Rental Property

After a day on the slopes, a small decrepit fireplace won’t cut it!  Stacked stone runs up the wall as well as creates a seating area. The mantel of reclaimed wood and a gas insert welcome cold, weary skiers.

BEFORE:  Cottage Kitchen

AFTER: Cottage Kitchen

This 1948 cottage kitchen was remodeled in the 70’s with white Formica counters and white ceramic floor tiles (with brown grout).  Now: granite counters, wood floors, paint, lighting, sink, fixtures and hardware.  It still feels like a cottage yet functional and of this decade.

BEFORE:  Kitchen Remodel

AFTER:  Kitchen Remodel

The wall hiding the kitchen was torn down.  New everything!  Glass tile back splash, granite counters, richly stained wood floors, stainless appliances, glass door cabinetry, lighting, fixtures, paint, etc.

BEFORE:  Small Master Bath


AFTER:  Small Master Bath

Small Master Bath

It was a closet with a cement floor and the occasional mouse.  Now it’s a small but luxurious Master Bath.  Radiant Heat Floors, a Porcher Pedistal sink, a frameless shower enclosure and shimmering glass tile detail (not pictured).

BEFORE:  Small Powder Bath

AFTER:  Small Powder Bath

We used the existing cabinet and everything else went.  New (non builder grade) mirror, black wallpaper (how cool is that!), granite counter, undermount sink and oil rubbed bronze fixtures.

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