Remodeled home on a tight budget. Upgraded focal features such as the kitchen, guest bath, and refinished existing surfaces with paint, stain, and contemporary hardware.
Kitchen gutted and new layout created with an added island.
Took existing red oak hardwood floors and refinished them with a white wash.
A minimal budget remodel for the master bath. New linoleum flooring, countertop, sinks, and faucets. Painting existed cabinets and doors.
Updated a 1930’s original downtown Bend mill house with a new kitchen, flooring, and tile upgrades.
Kept original brickwork and added all new cabinetry, tile, butcher block counters, and oak floors.
Added new trim, tile, paint and flooring.
Replaced original 1930’s cabinets and linoleum with new cabinets, tile, counters, paint and flooring.
Converted the bedroom walk-in closet into a bath and added a closet in the bedroom.
Original hardwood floors found underneath the carpet were refinished and a small closet was added that bumped into the second bathroom.
This bathroom was reconfigured to make room for a closet in the second bedroom. A new shower replaced an oversized bathtub, allowing for a closet to be added behind the shower wall.