This significant renovation of a high-rise condo was needed to bring a more spacious feeling to the 920 square foot home. As well, the upgrading of design and finish selection was needed to reflect the quality standard of life our clients had attained.
To begin with removing closet and relocating it to the hallway enlarged the entry. This also allowed a relocation of wall at the main bath, in order to accommodate a generous custom shower.
The kitchen, which was renovated six years ago, still looked like new, but was cut off from any natural light. Here the wall was removed and new storage cabinets with countertops were added. The wall between the dining room and den was removed to allow a shared space between the two. A further benefit was to have visual access to the outside for the opened kitchen.
For the den, a custom wall unit for entertainment system and books etc. The style for this was to match the rest of the decorating already existent.
The renovation of the two bathrooms left no detail unattended. In both cases the designs were created to achieve maximum space. In the main bath the suspended vanity and the wall-hung toilet were pivotal in creating a larger feeling room. In the ensuite powder room, beveled mirrors in cabinet frames, wainscot marble, and cabinet trim that extend around the room are details that contribute to a sense of a much large space.