This project involved a complete teardown of the existing bathroom requiring both walls and a window to be removed. The original bathroom was carpeted and included an old tub with a shower that required a step down. The Consulting House designed the renovated space and created the architectural drawings for the builder to obtain a permit. The custom cabinetry was designed by The Consulting House and the finishes include a charcoal limestone floor, gray marble top, antique mirror cabinet panels, custom frame and a hexagon mosaic marble tile on the shower floor with a mosaic band inserted on the walls between the white ceramic subway tile.
This project required a complete gut of the existing kitchen. The original layout of the kitchen consisted of an L shaped countertop that ended in a bar height island, soffits above the countertop area that lowered the height of the upper cabinets and made the room look much smaller, and a small pass through area to the dining room that had a built in desk that took space away from the main kitchen. Working with the family to understand their needs, The Consulting House redesigned the kitchen by eliminating the small room and the soffits and providing stations in the kitchen that allowed for prep, cooking, washing, and plenty of storage and room for a family of five.