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When Debbie & Nelson bought their Sun City home, they knew right away they would remodel it. Which our designers Janice Williams and Bryana Layman gladly helped them with.
Their new home needed major updating. The kitchen, the master and guest baths and living room areas were the major focus. As you can see for yourself here, the transformation was spectacular.
We completely redesigned the master bath. We eliminated the tub, which they didn’t want or need, and created a second sink in its place.
The tower between the sink areas provides added storage and eliminates the clutter we see on many countertops.
We updated the Guest Bath with all new cabinets, counter, plumbing fixtures, paint, mirror and lighting for a clean, crisp look.
The corner tower provides added storage for towels etc. Note the additional outlets we added. Older home designs don’t provide the number of outlets needed for today’s lifestyles.
The existing corner fireplace was not only bland, but not functional for furniture placement.
We replaced the wood burning fireplace with a gas fireplace, and added stacked stone with wood mantel and surround, as well as moving the fireplace location, to create a focal point for the room.
Eliminating the raised hearth also made the room feel larger and more functional.