Lake Druid Remodel

Lake Druid Remodel

A deeper look into the details of this project

The heart of the home…

is the beautifully bright, open concept kitchen. There are so many elements that are exclusive and original, yet also practical. Let’s take a closer look at some of these features.

The water fall island…

is the focal point of the room. It has quartz countertops that combine with a contrasting butcher block waterfall accent. This is very unique and practical, because it can be used as a cutting board! Another eye-catching feature in this space is the backsplash. We went with a  gray and white toned linear glass and stone mixture, really making the kitchen sparkle.

The floating stove top…

 is a one of a kind element that adds flare to this home. We worked with Pitt Cooking to make our vision come to life. The burners are placed on a heat resistant stone countertop, followed by another inserted piece of butcher block, more practicality!

The upstairs living area…

has a view like no other. These chairs face out to see the beautiful Florida lake that this home is on. Therefore, we kept the design simple here using wood tones, but of course had to add the pop of color to embrace our clients’ fondness of originality.

The bathrooms…

are ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliant, with curve-less, roll-in showers. The spaces are simplistic in style, while being extremely functional for the needs of our client. All the bathrooms have LED mirrors that are a wonderful addition to the space, enhancing the modern style. Of course, the black faucets and hardware complete this sleek design.

The exposed brick…

in the downstairs (technically the first floor) living room kitchen area was actually repurposed from the exterior of the home. We love being able to add bits and pieces of sentiment, making the design that much more special for our clients.

This space acts as a fully functioning second kitchen in the home featuring a hidden wine cellar.

The staircase…

is a gorgeous, elegant feature of this home. Fun fact: we relocated the staircase to the back of the house in order to get that view. We used natural wood, horizontal steel beams, and cable railing. The contrast of the wood and black embraces the theme of the rest of the home, tying everything together.


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