Interior renovations take on many different forms – from a single room like a bathroom or a kitchen through to full floor and full house renovations. If quality and amenities are what you really want from your renovation then it can be a good move to concentrate on sticking to the footprint you currently have and maximizing on coming up with a great design that really accentuates the fit and finish.
This 1970′s upper floor condo was in dire need of a rearrangement and update. Moving the front door allowed for a more intimate bedroom and bathroom area and for the kitchen to be relocated into the main open area. The results were spectacular! Continue reading “Kool in Kits” »
This quaint home proves that you can get an effective layout with an updated look that makes the home feel larger and still achieves high energy efficiency rating. Continue reading “EnviroChic North Vancouver” »
A spacious master bedroom and ensuite were reconfigured to take advantage of this homes natural surroundings. The result is a well appointed suite with contemporary millwork and a deep Japanese-style soaker tub with a view of the forest.
This renovation enhanced a 10 year old homes fun factor with a fitness room, wine cellar, home theatre and much more! Continue reading “Entertainment Underground” »
This dated and impractical kitchen and family room layout was transformed into a space that not only looks terrific, but has increased functionality with more surface area and storage space.
This small bungalow was opened up to fit the needs of a small family on a restrictive budget. Continue reading “Green in North Vancouver” »