This award-winning kitchen was completely gutted. Custom maple cabinets with tinted glass inserts, dark blue concrete countertops, a starfire glass breakfst bar, low-voltage blue lighting, oak flooring and contemporary artwork were brought together to create a kitchen that fits the owners' sophisticated style.
This award-winning kitchen, which was also featured on the 2006 Kitchen Spectacular Tour, was 1960's white laminate and was completely gutted. The doorway was widened to incorporate the den as a kitchen sitting area. Fruitwood and slate green stained cabinets, Cambria countertops, colorful glass tiles and white oak floors updated the kitchen to coordinate with the rest of the home which showcases red oriental accessories. Doors and some cabinet doors were fitted with tinted/etched glass panels to open up the space. A red-walled powder bath completed the renovation.
This family theater/entertaining space was completely renovated. The ceiling was raied with pipes replaced, new windows and gas fireplace added, new cabinetry installed and outfitted with furnishings that can take heavy use from the owners' two teenage boys and their friends. A new kitchen, wine cellar, powder bath and sports equipment storage room completed the renovation. Rubber flooring was used on the steps to the basement and the sports storage room to stand up to the snow and heavy useage.
This traditional showhouse kitchen in a 1920's tudor home was completely gutted. The "hot" walls include a cooktop with custom hood. The "cold" wall includes the refrigerator, farmhouse sink and dishwashers. Italian renaissance backsplash tiles set the color scheme for the kitchen. A lit, recessed ceiling niche showcases handpainted characters taken from the cooktop backsplash.
This award-winning library/home office features sitting, working, game areas, distinctive millwork, three book bays for browsing and bronze female statues. The furnishings featured are an eclectic mix of period, oriental and traditional pieces to create a relaxing, inviting ambiance.