Once again, Weidmann & Associates is honored to have a project photo featured in a write-up on Houzz.com. In an editorial showcasing great kitchen storage ideas, a Houzz.com writer included the photo above.
“In creating the open feel the clients desired, we were left with limited upper cabinet storage in the work triangle and had to be very creative in the design to keep frequently used items close at hand,” explained Dan Weidmann. “The picture the writer selected for her article included just two of the specialized storage features incorporated into this kitchen.”
This project is the ninth one down. The main photo of the kitchen is below.
This beautiful bathroom renovation shows what a little contemporary flair can do to add some excitement to an older home, while creating a very functional space.
The Problem: Our repeat clients Josh and Linda Brener want to remain in their home indefinitely and realized that a master on the main would contribute greatly to that goal.
The Solution: Using an existing first floor bedroom as the starting point, Weidmann built an addition to provide the additional square footage needed to create a suitably sized new master bathroom and closet.
A Few Great Features: The slope roof line maintained consistency with the home. The vaulted ceiling over the bathroom allowed for high windows over the shower. The curbless entry and open shower looks sleek, while also making it easily accessible. A floating wall divides the shower from the vanity space, and a wall of cabinets provides abundant storage.
See the video below to view all the photos of this beautiful bath project.
This project involved creating a wine cellar on terrace level as well as a complete reinvention of the master bath. The wine cellar has a rustic look the client loves with doors made of Alder. The floor is made up of individual stones, which you have to see in person to appreciate the full impact, beauty, and texture this multi-color material from Renaissance Tile & Bath brings to the space.
The master bath renovation was extensive. Weidmann removed the bath tub and used the space for a new curbless glass shower. Asian statuary marble is used for the shower flooring. The accent wall in the shower adds glamour and beauty to the spa like bathroom.
Watch the video below to see more photos of this gorgeous bath and terrace level renovation.