Kate & Dan’s Main Floor This 1930’s home had a ton of character but a teeny galley kitchen. We had to rethink the layout of the entire main floor in order to open it up. We closed off the door from the main entryway to the home in order to have somewhere to put the fridge. We brought the quartz counter all the way up the backsplash, built in an oak bench for more dining space, and did a custom tile rug pattern in the . . .
Mike & Mia's Family Spaces This renovation included an addition to the back of a lovely red brick home. The addition consisted of a great room with cathedral ceilings, a mud room (including side entrance) and a basement which included a rec room and a bathroom. The great room is a beautiful, bright room with glass doors to the backyard. The feature wall was clad in reclaimed barn board and includes a gas fireplace. The 5 panel glass door which leads to the mudroom was . . .
Kristen's Living Room Out of the box idea to create a foyer where there was none. This charming home had a problem common to many Hintonburg homes, the front door opened directly into the living room. No front closet and a tiny square of tile to land on. We build a 2/3 wall to create an entrance area without blocking the light from the front window. This small change allows for a large area of tile for boots, bikes and pets as well as a . . .