Pocket doors between the study and living room provide privacy when necessary. Pocket doors, which slide into the wall when fully opened allow a doorway to be completely open without taking up any floor space.
Finely crafted molding treatments allow other elements of a room to take center stage. Accurate cuts, careful assembly, and a fine finishing job pay rich dividends for a high-quality effect. In this room, wainscot panels and contrasting molding offers support for hanging artwork.
Integrating the television into the cabinetry allows for pleasant, comfortable viewing while ensuring that the room also serves other purposes. Audio and video components are hidden in a closet behind the cabinetry. During the renovation, wires were snaked behind the wall to finish off this clean, classic look.
Spa Luxury with a Sunken Tub – Undermount bathtubs are designed with a flat edge that mounts under the deck so the tub rim is invisible. In this installation, the tub rests beneath the tile, creating a sunken-tub effect.
Custom cabinetry by Stimmel Design Works creates a very organized closet and dressing area adjacent to the master suite.
Before the renovation, the bedroom was straight ahead, the kitchen was through the door on the right, and there was a bathroom door to the left (you can’t see it in this photo). This entire area became the master suite.
Beautiful cabinetry by Stimmel Design Group separates the dining room from the kitchen.
All major renovation work is now complete! A few odds and ends remain to be done here and there, but Stephen and Eileen are back home after months of construction.
The Picture Perfect Living Room
The home owners are getting acquainted with the new kitchen’s cabinetry, counter tops, tiles, appliances, and fixtures.
Well-crafted cabinetry displays stemware and decorative items.
The coffered ceiling contributes to the formality of the library. The home owner’s extensive collection of books take advantage of the study’s ample shelving.
Mirror, lights, tile and toiletries complete the transformation of the master bath.
The back wall of the guest bath provides the perfect home for one of the home owner’s lovely paintings.
Shown with a rendering of the dining room, a digital sketch displays the arrangement of drapes (fabric, left), shade, and trim.
Custom wooden shutters and woven wood shades will dress up the windows in the library (sketch, left with concept image below). Living room paint, wood, hardware samples and drape and shade fabrics (shown right) will complement the library and dining room.