A 1977 Kitchen & Living Room Redesign

Our project spotlight this month is a 1977 kitchen and living room remodel we recently completed in Arlington, TX. The clients came to us with a concise wish list and a clear idea of what they wanted to accomplish. This list included scraping the popcorn ceilings, installing new flooring, painting, and completely renovating the kitchen and neighboring living space.

One of the main components of this project was to brighten the central area of the home by adding windows to the living room and modifying the closed-off kitchen to incorporate a peninsula, opening the space. Removing the wall between the rooms would allow more natural light in while also making the area feel larger. Read more

A Craftsman-Style Door Replacement in Arlington

Medford Remodeling has long been associated with luxury remodeling and large-scale renovations. However, that’s not all we do! Our small projects division, Mike’s Guys, handles smaller projects such as repairs, maintenance, and pull-and-replace remodels. They also address various exterior projects, like siding repairs, exterior painting, and window and door replacements.

This client’s West Arlington home was built in 1994 and had the original front door intact. While the existing door was functional, the homeowners wanted to replace it with a more modern unit for an updated aesthetic. They chose a Craftsman-style Masonite unit with side lites. The scope of work involved removing the existing door, trim, and frame, and installing the new ones, followed by painting the inside and outside. Read more

Our October 2021 Newsletter

Our project spotlight this month is a stunning country-style kitchen renovation we recently completed in Burleson, Texas. The clients wanted to improve the aesthetic and functionality by incorporating a coffee bar, centralizing the refrigerator, and updating the appliances. Each of the design items — the Quartzite countertops, the mosaic tile backsplash, the custom cabinets, the decorative light fixtures, and the stainless steel appliances — came together beautifully to create a cohesive, polished look. Check out the full story on our blog post! Read more