Whole Home Remodel
Master Bathroom Remodel
Our Made in McKinney project was a whole-home renovation project for a family who purchased a ten year old house, in dire need of updating as well as some important layout changes.
Though the home was new-to-them, the dated finishes did not reflect our clients’ style nor did the primary suite have a floor plan that worked for them. The master closet was very small and the master bathroom felt choppy with an odd layout.
Another major issue was the kitchen. While the family loved to entertain, the previous kitchen arrangement did not invite people in nor did it have the clean lines and modern aesthetic our clients’ were looking for.
After some brainstorming and concept planning, our designer proposed an entirely new floorplan in the primary suite. In order to increase the closet size, we pulled the wall further into the bathroom and absorbed all of the square footage from the existing shower and walk space. We then deleted the previous jacuzzi tub and simplified things, by creating a ‘wet room’ for a new freestanding bathtub as well as his & her shower systems.
In the kitchen, we removed all of the dated cabinetry that did not match the scale of the open-concept space and built a large stove alcove that now started to balance the 20ft fireplace and vaulted ceilings in the connected great room. By cleaning up a lot of the lines, we were also able to accomplish the simplified and modern style our clients desired.