Wow, where do we begin! This was a really fun (and really big) full mid century modern remodel project. This home was in pretty bad shape and needed a total over-hall. First off, we tore out all of the old electrical and rewired the whole house along with upgrading the electrical panel, we closed in all of the open beam ceilings (minus the master bedroom) and added recess lighting and central heating and air along with putting a new roof on. We upgraded and reconfigured the windows throughout which brought in a lot more natural light making the home feel brighter and larger. Adding a laundry room and pushing out one of the walls in the master bath gave us more convenience along with more utilized space. The kitchen cabinets were constructed of birch plywood interiors, shaker style doors, self-closing door hinges and drawer guides and were painted a beautiful “greige”. Quartz countertops, a beautiful white glass backsplash and open shelving gives this kitchen a clean and contemporary feel. We wanted to bring in some contrast so we went with oil-bronzed accents found on the pendants and dining area light fixture along with the cabinet handles. Our hall bath features a custom vanity, quartz countertop and a curved tub/glass enclosure. We wanted to keep things symmetrical on all of the wall tile throughout the home which you will notice in the tub/shower area but we also wanted to bring in some personality with the floor tile; we achieved this in the hall bath by going with a marble hexagon flooring. The niche on the back of the tub wall has the hexagon flooring tile which ties the wall and flooring tile together nicely. All of the bedrooms received new and very large windows which makes them feel incredibly open and larger than the are. Laminate flooring was used throughout the home minus the bathrooms along with shaker style interior doors and sleek chrome door handles. The master bathroom features a cement tile flooring, a large custom walk-in shower, wall-to-wall custom vanity, quartz countertop and chrome accents. A high-end sleek rain-head and shower set makes this bathroom feel luxurious! Even though the inside was looking fresh we still had to address the exterior; replacing damaged facia boards, stucco patching and fresh paint were just the beginning. We also added a privacy wall along with all new landscaping in the front yard. We tore out the old asphalt driveway and poured new concrete along with getting a new garage door. Overall, this was an amazing experience with lots of bumps along the way but nothing our amazing crew couldn’t handle! We’re so proud of the finished house that can now officially be called a home.