Before, there was a useless door and old windows with ugly trim. The wall itself was uneven and wasn't taking advantage of all the available space.
The kitchen cabinets were old and dated formica with old, dirty appliances and an old corian countertop.  The flooring was old linoleum sheeting.
The whole wall needed demolition to insure a clean, square base for the new window installation, and to make the best use of the available space. The floor joists needed to be extended to match the center reach.
The finished area includes new Brazilian Koa hardwood flooring, installation of new cherrywood kitchen cabinetry, a new quartz countertop, electrical updates, and of course installation of new, energy efficient windows complete with all the trimmings and moldings. I installed a set of french doors in the dining room to replace the door that was awkward in the kitchen.
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Before, the entry had linoleum sheeting for flooring, dated wallpaper on the walls, carpeting on the staircase, an old, painted iron banister, and a view obstructing wall on one side.  I opened up the space by taking down the wall that connected to the living room, installed a steel enforced beam for support, installed hardwood floors, stripped the wall paper and prepped the walls for a new coat of paint, and finished with crown and base moldings.
I had a master staircase craftsman to do a complete overhaul of the staircase, all wood, in a contemporary style....
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This was a utility room in rough shape with all wires and hoses exposed.
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I turned this into a highly functional laundry room with built in cabinetry, a new slop sink, good lighting, a new ceramic tile floor, and base and crown moldings.  The utilities are all still there, but hidden behind a wall with sliding doors...
In the dressing room, there was bad, pink carpeting, clunky, freestanding mirrored closets lining the edges, and old school, shallow double closets in the back.
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I had the hardwood floors restored, got rid of the existing double closets in the back, and framed out what would be a new walk in closet in the back and two double closets on the right side.
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Here you see the completed
master bedroom.  The walls are repainted and the new closets fit the room seemlessly.  New solid wood, raised panel doors, and base and crown moldings complete the look.
The master bathroom was not quite big enough, had very dated decor with formica cabinets and countertops, wallpaper, and old ceramic tile floors.
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I gutted the room, reframed and expanded the size of the room, replaced the window and door, built a platform for the new jetted tub, framed out where the medicine cabinets would go, created feature niches, and prepped the walls and floors with sheetrock and cement board.
AFTER      The end result boasts a jetted tub with a silestone topped platform, a separate luxury shower with a bench, beautiful glass mosaic and subway tile work, a radiant heated floor with new modern porcelain tile, new electrical work, vessel sinks, custom cabinetry, silestone countertop, and crown and base molding.
BEFORE AND AFTER
BEFORE     This was a cramped "full" bath with old, black, ugly ceramic tile, 80's wallpaper, a tiny sink and toilet, dated and dirty shower, no storage or vanity, and standard issue medicine cabinet. It is also the third bathroom in the home in addition to two, full baths upstairs...
AFTER    I did a complete remodel to make this a modern powder room. New walls, Custom cherry paneling feature, custom vanity and medicine cabinet, 4 wall niches with puck lighting and custom cherry shelving, and gorgeous porcelain rectangular tiling with glass mosaic bordering.