After a total loss during hurricane Harvey this house underwent a whole-house remodel during the restoration. First order of things was to address the small outdated kitchen and lack of storage space. Because it was not feasible to add-on to the footprint of the house we had to work with the current space of the kitchen. By removing the floor to ceiling oven cabinet and installing it below the countertop we were able to gain valuable countertop space and a new set of upper cabinets. We also removed the small framed pantry and installed cabinet pantry unit to gain more storage space. Finally, we removed the ceiling furr-downs were able to install 36” wall cabinets to the ceiling.
Next, we used split-faced travertine for the kitchen backsplash, to re-faced the fireplace, and add an accent wall in the powder bath.
Remodeled the stairs using metal balusters.
Master bathroom was a complete remodel featuring a tub-to-shower conversion, new cabinets and quartzite countertops. Shower featured multiple shower heads. We also removed the ceiling furr-downs and a door to the toilet closet to create more space.
Replacement windows were Simonton.