This project started as a kitchen & master bath remodel but expanded into a renovation of the client’s existing laundry room. Although the kitchen appliances had been updated along the way, the counters and cabinets needed some updating and a little TLC. The client wanted to keep the brick floor which created our color palette. We chose a white paint consistent with the rest of the house for the cabinets, cut down the two-level bar to make a second large island, and selected a granite and crackled subway tile backsplash that brought the floor and the cabinets together.
In the bath, we redesigned the space to include a floor to ceiling wall that created a larger, more usable shower area, replaced the window & covering with a rain glass window, added can lights and chose a lighter paint color to brighten the space.
The original laundry room housed a side by side washer & dryer and a pathway from the kitchen to the garage but not a lot else. By expanding the laundry room into an existing space in the garage, we added 50 sq. ft. to the size or the house while creating a dream laundry room for our client. Once the space was created, we provided the guidance and the vision to maximize the space for the family which included stacking the washer & dryer and building custom cabinets throughout the space.
Because the selection of materials can be overwhelming, we provided advise, recommendations and samples for tile options, toured the granite yard to narrow down options and even went shopping with the client for lighting. The client selected the cabinet hardware, faucets and sinks but we provided guidance and a second options along the way.
The result was a light, bright open kitchen that’s now the focal point and gathering place in the home, a resort-worthy master bathroom and a dream laundry room that fits the client’s needs and lifestyle.
“Angie Stith Designs was referred to us by one of our neighbors who had recently done an extensive remodel and expansion to their home. We chose Angie & Rob because of their attention to design and willingness to help with the design phase as well as the construction. We had been wanting to remodel for years but a water leak in the master shower and water damage to our kitchen cabinets put us in a position of needing to do the work sooner rather than later. We weren’t in tune with current styles, colors or trends and Angie was an invaluable resource in helping me make decisions. She was really good about guiding us and providing suggestions and advice but willing to do whatever we chose. Throughout the process, her guidance helped us make decisions about materials, colors and the overall design of the rooms. She let us pick as much or as little of the materials as we wanted depending on how involved we wanted to be in each detail. All the crews did a great job and, because they had different crews in different parts of the house, the job went much more quickly than it could have. Angie was at our house every day, kept us updated and consistently went above and beyond our expectations to make sure things were done right and we were happy. She was also able to expand our project when we decided to add a renovation to our laundry room, change our shutters and replace our garage doors!”