Our featured project this month involved solving a problem many work-from-home individuals face: not having a designated home office to work from each day. Our recent clients in Southlake had a large upstairs bonus room we were able to convert to a spacious home office and loft area for their kids to enjoy. We also updated the staircase, the kitchenette, and the guest bath, along with all of the paint and flooring, resulting in an entirely renovated upstairs space. Check out the blog to see the details of this fantastic transformation!
Every now and then, we like to feature one of our older projects in our monthly newsletter to relive the transformation and showcase the project to our growing mailing list. It’s hard to believe this Grand Prairie kitchen remodel was completed just over 2 years ago! At the time, our clients needed a more functional kitchen with increased storage space, an improved layout, and of course, an updated aesthetic! Check out the blog to see how our designers recreated this space for a stunning, functional finished product!
This month’s project spotlight is on our recently completed 1990’s master bathroom remodel in North Richland Hills. The original bathroom was very dated (we’re talking pink wallpaper!) and was way past due for a refresh. The updated design includes custom vanities, a frameless glass shower, a 60″ drop-in soaker tub, LED can lighting, and more! Check out the blog for the full details of this beautiful remodel!
Just about every major remodeling project we complete includes replacing the existing flooring, either in the remodeled area or throughout the entire home. Flooring selection is a big decision that can influence the overall cost, installation time, and lifespan of the remodel as a whole. A common question we receive from our clients is which is a better choice – classic hardwoods or luxury vinyl plank? The two are very comparable and make excellent options for hard surface flooring depending on what the individual homeowners prefer.
In order to best compare the two, we suggest taking into account 4 major qualities of hard surfacing flooring:
Our recent clients loved to socialize and host get-togethers with large groups of people. Unfortunately, the layout of their original 1990’s home just wasn’t suitable for their needs. Along with renovating the kitchen and opening up the floor plan, we were able to convert their original formal dining room into a stunning home bar, perfect for entertaining! Check out the details of this project on our blog!
Our featured project this month is a point of pride for the entire Medford Team: this kitchen remodel is the work of our very own Project Manager, Dave Broadfield, which he completed in his own home, on his own time! The beautiful final result shows just how talented he is and the amount of detail he puts into his work. You’ve got to see the blog!
This beautiful kitchen is the work of our talented Project Manager that he completed in his own home!
Our recent Southlake project involved updating both the aesthetic appeal and the functional design of our client’s kitchen, formal dining room, formal living room, and breakfast area to create a more open-concept floor plan. This was a pretty extensive project, resulting in a huge transformation! Our clients now have a beautiful home that is perfect for hosting large groups of friends and family. Check out the blog for the full story and the amazing before and after photos!
Our featured project this month is a 1970’s kitchen that was past due for some updates! The original 1970’s kitchen was large and had a lot of available cabinet space that our clients wanted to take full advantage of. Incorporating pull-out drawers in place of the deep lower cabinets has made it significantly easier to access stored items below the counter. Other updates included removing low-hanging soffits from the ceiling, replacing the lighting, installing new flooring, painting the walls and ceiling, and more. See the blog for the details of this beautiful transformation!
Our recent clients in Arlington, TX had been waiting for years to remodel their master bathroom. The main issue was the large soaking tub that sat diagonally in the center of the room. The original design featured the tub as a focal point, sitting on a tiled step-up with a large cultured tile surround and decorative columns on each side, extending up to the ceiling. With large mirrors on both walls behind it, there was no ignoring that bathtub! The clients are thrilled to finally have a bathtub they are proud of, along with a completely remodeled bathroom, spacious walk-in shower, and custom vanities. Check out the transformation on our blog!
Our project spotlight this month features a stunning 1940’s kitchen renovation we recently completed in Fort Worth. Not only was this kitchen small and dated, but the home’s boxy floor plan required the clients to walk through the entire kitchen and laundry room just to access their bedroom at the back of the house. Our team was able to strategically reconfigure the layout, providing an open feel while creating more countertop and storage space in the kitchen. See the blog for all the details and the before and after photos of this gorgeous transformation!