Cosmetic Kitchen and Living Room Updates
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Our clients wanted to updated their kitchen and flooring on the 1st floor. We refinished their oak cabinetry, added roll-out shelving and installed new pulls. We installed white beveled subway tile with a thin liner band to add a pop of color. For the countertops, Silestone Stellar Snow was chosen. Coretec LVT Red River Hickory was chosen for the flooring in the kitchen, dining and living room. Lastly to open the space between the dining room and the living room, we removed a door and created an arched doorway allowing more light to filter into the living room from the large dining room windows. The homeowners wanted to remove a large bathtub and install a large 2 person shower in its place. The large window already existed so they wanted to take advantage of the lovely and private view. The shower was over 68" long and 42" wide. We chose to mix metal finishes on the fixtures and the glass hardware to mesh the vanity fixtures with the new shower fixtures. A tile drain was also used to hide the drain from view and provide a smoother surface to walk on while showering. Silestone Daria was used for the bench seat in the shower to tie in the new vanity countertop that was installed on existing cabintery. Tile from DalTile called Ayers rock was used on the floors and Florida Tile Soul Spirit Pearl was used for the walls with Glazzio Glass and Slate mosaic for the liner band. We installed 2 showerheads in this expansive shower. One a fixed showerhead and the other a hand shower with it's own controls at the bench area. We additionally updated the vanity faucets and toilet. Lastly, we installed a new small vanity where the shower had been located and installed a small window in the shower to allow some natural light to enter the small vanity space. Now the homeowners can take relaxing showers while enjoying the view from this beautiful shower. This project was designed for and built by Corvallis Custom Kitchens and Baths.