The transitional style reflects a sleek, modern, and elegant look, with most of the lighting provided by Design Lighting Group, but using their old dining room light over the new island. With the incorporation of a large window and bank of doors supplied by Atlanta Specialty Millworks and installed along the back wall, the result is a bright atmosphere set off with a mix of painted and stained cabinets, along with a light countertop, called White Macabus from Dal Tile and installed by Atlanta Stone Pros. Sewell Appliances provided the Dacor ovens and the Dacor microwave, while Moda Floors & Interiors completed the hardwood repairs and refinishing.
Although originally referred to Weidmann by friends that had recently used the firm for their kitchen, the Wolbe’s were pleasantly surprised to discover that our job sign was in a yard right down the street, as we completed a second project for their neighbors. They have since expanded our client base by recommending the company to Dan’s cousin for a kitchen project we just started this month.
Thanks Dan and Judy for entrusting us with the transformation of your home and having the confidence to recommend us to your relatives! Want to see more? Check out this video that shows more photos of this remodel.
Weidmann & Associates recently completed three bathroom remodels for Dan and Jackie Prucha. The second project in this particular home and the fourth for this client, Weidmann retained Dove Cabinets for the bathroom cabinetry and Ferguson Supply for the plumbing fixtures.
The goal of the remodeling project was to upgrade the function and feel of the guest bath and convert a Jack & Jill bath into two dedicated bathrooms, while taking full advantage of the views behind their home. Upon completion of another successful transformation, they gave us one of our favorite testimonials ever: “Working with Weidmann is like working with family . . . family you like.
If you’d like ideas for your next bath remodel, check out this video showing all three of these new beautiful baths.