What was once a poorly put together track home in Tatum Ranch (saving face for the builder), has been transformed into a modern-rustic sanctuary. We could bore you with all of the issues we ran into, but to keep it short- it's practically a new home. Once we had everything resolved, we got to solve the other problems- specifically the lack of storage in the kitchen. We traded out the 30" upper cabinets in the kitchen for 42". Not only did this add functionality, but gave the illusion of a higher ceiling. We also increased the island by 2 feet, and two additional cabinets for maximum storage. We went for a white quartz countertop throughout the kitchen, but opted for a high end Calacatta quartz on the island. To add a rustic touch, we finished off the kitchen with a wood-look tile backsplash. A skid resistant porcelain plank flooring was installed throughout the home for easy maintenance. In the guest bathroom, we removed the fiberglass tub surround and replaced it with a cast iron tub and flanked it with subway tile to the ceiling. The master bathroom, that was once dark and confined, now feels light and spacious without increasing the footprint. This was achieved by updating the lighting as well as removing the tub and adding a walk-in shower.
This is one of the first design project we've managed from start to finish and couldn't be happier with the result- Check out the transformation below!
But first, a before: