We recently completed a remodeling project in which we updated an entire home that was built in 1964. This home had never been modernized since it was built, so it had a great personality reflective of the early 60’s. Our goal was not to change the personality of the home, but to enhance its individuality through updating and enhancing.
Watch out for this up-and-comer! Our design consultant, Megan Lynch, designed a kitchen worthy of the customer's kudos and two design awards.
Along with winning the Prestigious ‘Shiloh Design Awards’ contest, this beautiful kitchen also took first place at the 2010 NARI remodeler’s award show in Kansas city.
We are wanting to put in a pellet insert into our fireplace, plus also lower it. We have a fireplace, that has prefab/metal (cast iron or aluminum - not sure exactly. I believe that it is surrounded by wood framing. The chimney is metal pipe. The Hearth is a rock facad.
Family history will be preserved in this kitchen makeover. Sally and Don raised their children around this maple butcher block table.
We have planned a new kitchen island that will utilize this modified and renewed table as the new island counter.
Not only are we restoring a piece of family history, but we're also recycling lumber.
The Allmon Family (Debby in the Schloegel shirt in the middle, Mike, Mary and Robert) participated in the annual Amy Thompson Run on Memorial Day in Loose Park. This year, the Jake Clough Headstrong Foundation was there to properly fit and distribute bike helmets for kits – Robert Allmon is proudly showing his new one in this photo! It was a beautiful day for a run, and luckily all of the Allmons completed the race!
If you're going to be in town this weekend, visit the 6th annual Kansas City Fringe Festival for some great entertainment!
The KC Fringe Festival will be a fun-filled event with live theater, dance, performance art, visual art, spoken word, film and fashion.
We are continuing our tour of the 1964 contemporary home that we introduced to you last week.
To help you understand how the master bathroom was restructured, I have included some before and after floor plans of this space. The original bathroom was cramped with a double vanity, toilet and tub, all lined up in a row.
We have completed the duplex project about which we previously blogged. This is a beautiful building but, as you know, needed some help to bring it back to its original grandeur. We will be posting some before and after pictures of various parts of this house to illustrate the changes that have taken place.
We are thrilled to announce our innovative new online presence that will allow you to interact with us in brand new ways and also to keep abreast of the latest trends and developments.
Much more than just a new website or blog, our new online presence will provide easy and convenient new ways to stay informed, shop, learn and network.
In this before picture, you can see a really dated jetted tub. This tub was never used because the first time it was turned on the water turned black from the residual that was in the jets—YUCK! The white tile tub deck and backsplash, as well as the polished brass hardware (that has oxidized), makes this tub replacement a must.