Interiors Update

Remodeled Townhome

This 1976 freestanding townhome was ready for a remodel; its builder quality details were dated and unappealing. The owners had considered moving, but loved their location and decided to invest in the home instead. Goals for the project include opening up the space – the kitchen and small family room were closed off from the rest of the house. We upgraded all the finishes and reworked some walls, but perhaps the most satisfying part of changing this house was removing the child’s swimming pool sized tub and creating a new Master Bath that our clients would enjoy every day.

The resulting project is a striking difference from the original home. The new kitchen boasts a piece of granite that the owner selected for its dramatic statement. The redesigned stair is richly detailed. The master bath and powder room bath were completely redone. Trim and wall color was carefully considered to make the vaulted living room feel more intimate. Along with the interior remodel we also addressed a handful of exterior items that had become maintenance headaches. A balcony was replaced with a skylight and the rounded wall of the stairwell was clad with maintenance free standing seam metal siding that is usually used for roofing.

We also worked closely with the owner to complete the interior of the home. We reviewed existing furniture to remain and helped our client select new furniture, accessories and artwork. As we get to know our clients it becomes easier and easier to present ideas that suit their taste. As with this project, we are delighted to help with every detail. The end result is a home that is truly complete. If you’d like to eliminate every sense of “that’s another weekend project” just let us know!

  • Address: Sugarberry Circle
  • Project Size: 2,900 s.f. of air conditioned space
  • Completion: Winter 2011
  • Builder: Dovetail Builders
  • Flooring: Venetian Blind and Flooring