Denver Ranch Goes Cottage
A 1940’s Ranch gets transformed to modern cottage. Crisp, white cabinets brighten up this space. Countertops galore. New commercial-grade vinyl flooring holds up to dogs, kids and spills. Decorative pendant lights were the finishing touch to this space fit for entertaining.
TThis 1930’s original log home has been updated and remodeled over the years, but it was time again for a kitchen “facelift.” Instead of gutting everything, we replaced the sink, backsplash, countertop, updated some paint colors, and changed out the oversized island with a retrofitted vintage work bench to maintain the old log home’s charm.
This cute kitchen needed much-needed updates and storage. With a minimal budget, the best design was for lower base cabinets and saving the client’s some money by hanging open shelves for the dishes and glassware. Reclaimed wood helped to add some personality and texture on the ceiling.
Denver Bungalow Bathroom
This 1916 Denver bungalow gets a new-old look based on vintage Craftsman design, while adding some unexpected details.
Light, Bright Kitchen
Complete transformation from an outdated dark oak U-shaped kitchen. A walk-in pantry was removed so that the new refrigerator and pantry could be placed further down the wall, making the room larger. A buffet was designed by the eating area (which was just a table & chairs before), thereby doubling the square footage of the kitchen.
This nook (before) was empty and felt barren. By adding cabinets, we doubled the kitchen square footage.
Walls and doors were removed and opened up to create one large master bath with closet storage. A secondary bathroom was updated with pebble tile accents.