ENTIRE HOME REMODEL
The dark interior finishes detracted from the beautiful views this Moses lake home had to offer. The clients came to us hoping to blend their modern inspired ideas with rustic elements that were already in the home. We transformed this Moses lake mystery into a metropolitan masterpiece. By maximizing the inherent natural daylight, we increased the perceived volume of the space without adding additional square footage. Additional details included replacing the windows in the living room with a 12 foot bi-parting sliding door & trimming out the windows in white, Replacing the dark and heavy fireplace & surround with flanking bookcases and a vertical Dekton installation that was mirrored by a similar application behind the cooktop hood. We took down a central corner-wall between the 3 main areas: Kitchen, Bakers Pantry and Living Room that helped magnify its spaciousness.
Again in the master bath the space was dark and underwhelming. We squared off the arched window, removed the soaking tub and increased the size of the shower. Framing partial walls to provide location for plumbing and a bench but keeping it open to the rest of the bathroom. The master bath opens up to the master closet, which incorporates the laundry as well as a hidden door to the “man cave”.
Project Designer: Crafted Kitchen Design
Project Photographer: Eugene Michel