This 1921 Longfellow family home was ready for some changes. The kitchen and 2nd-floor bathroom were priority projects, as the homeowners knew they needed to expand storage in the existing kitchen and add a bathtub, to what was before only a ½ bath.
After exploring many kitchen layout options, the homeowners and Castle landed on a floorplan that opened up the kitchen into the dining room. It also involved removing existing built-ins to be later reinstalled at new locations. The newly remodeled kitchen creates a better flow, as well as more efficient storage!
Custom Woodshop of Avon cabinetry, Silestone quartz countertops, a subway tile backsplash, Kohler plumbing fixtures, all new electrical, and refinishing hardwoods complete the kitchen.
In addition to the kitchen, Castle added function and aesthetic to the home’s back entry with a fresh roof, brackets, window, and back door. Inside the back entrance, Castle constructed a custom bench seat, hooks, storage, and Adura luxury vinyl flooring, which will all endure this busy household’s wear.
Upstairs in the bathroom, a new layout was designed to incorporate space for a tub. Hexagon porcelain tile flooring, custom cabinetry with built-in storage, cultured marble countertops, a subway tiled shower, and all Kohler plumbing fixtures, turned this family’s once vague dream into reality.