Arched doorways, slanted rooflines, and sunken rooms were all the rage in the 1970s. We needed to give this home new life! We were able to raise the roof, bring up the sunken dining room, and open up the entryway to create a better flow in this home.
This was a Santa Fe style home. The homeowners wanted to stay with the style of the home, yet make it more contemporary and open with white cabinetry in the kitchen.
We removed the door and the peninsula. That allowed much more space to open up in the kitchen.
The homeowner wanted to modernize their Master Bathroom from a home built in the late 80s/early 90s that had never seen an update. TraVek was able to help with a complete redesign that included relocating the shower and creating a full vanity. With the shower floor Flat Pebble tile and the stylish Deco backsplash, this homeowner achieved the beachcomber aesthetic of their dream!
These homeowners loved the location of their home, but knew they had to make some changes to keep it their forever home. It's hard to believe these are pictures of the same kitchen! We utilized the space they had by closing the open soffit space with taller cabinets and opening up the closed off corner of the kitchen design and put in an island. The rich Mocha Starmark Cabinetry with the Marfil River countertops and the Reward Boca Birch Copper Sand wood flooring gave this kitchen a sleek, modern look!