This whole house remodel is dark and moody in the best possible way! We loved working with our amazing clients and transforming their home but their story had a rough start. They had begun construction with another contractor that, unfortunately, provided them with shoddy, inconsistent work.
The homeowners of this Kansas City home were ready for a change in their space. The main floor of their home, built in 1989, was starting to show its age. They had worked with Schloegel to create their dream kitchen a few years back and knew Donna Kirsopp could once again help them update the rest of their main floor.
This is the third post in a series about the Ward Parkway Renovation. Just in case you missed it here's Week 1 and Week 2. Follow along on our blog or visit the Ward Pkwy Reno page where we’ll be sharing all the blog posts and progress photos. In addition to our updates, you'll be able to see the renovation from the homeowner's eyes.
This is week 7 of the Kansas City Contemporary Home Renovation Series. Just in case you missed it, here’s Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week4, Week 5 and Week 6.
The homeowners expressed early in the project that they would like to incorporate live edge wood into their space.
This is week 3 of the Kansas City Contemporary Home Renovation Series. Just in case you missed it, here’s Week 1 and Week 2.
Framing, insulation, and drywall phases of the home remodel.
With the framing of the project near completion the team started to tackle the insulation and drywall.
This is week 2 of the Kansas City Contemporary Home Renovation Series. Just in case you missed it, here’s Week 1.
We’re now in full swing of the project with demolition nearly completed. This week Billy and his team completed what was left of demolition, started framing the new spaces and elements and started roughing the mechanical, electrical and plumbing.
It has been too long since we’ve shared the entire story of a home renovation from start to finish and it’s time to share a remarkable project! Our designer Donna Kirsopp recently had the opportunity to work on a truly unique and gorgeous contemporary home remodel in Kansas City.
You update your living room, bathroom and bedrooms seasonally or with the latest home trends, but why not your kitchen? Schloegel Property Solutions is here to show you what you can do with minimal time and cost.
Updating a kitchen generally involves cosmetic changes like replacing countertops, backsplash, sink and faucet.
Knowledge of the psychological effects of color can be an effective tool when choosing interior paint or wallpaper for various rooms. Our designer Gayle is here to talk about what some colors could mean for your spaces.
Color perception is subjective but there are certain colors that have a universal significance.
If you're a craftsman looking to work in a fulfilling and fast-paced environment, this post is for you.
Schloegel Design Remodel is growing and we're looking to add both part and full-time members to our production team. Unlike many companies in the remodeling industry which lay people off as work orders slow, Schloegel Design Remodel is fortunate enough to need skilled men and women to keep our growing production moving.