Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Jemison Residence Renovation

Here are some photos of a residence renovated by MicMac Interiors.

 The old kitchen was removed and the owner designed this New Kitchen. I installed the all of the new cabinetry seen here (pot rack too).


 I also helped the client design an Island/Eating Area. It is supported by old, reclaimed, Oak Newel posts (stair railing posts). The counter top contractor did a great job making the shape.

All of the old trim and doors were torn out and replaced with new materials.

New Bathroom Door and trim.

 This new, Bedroom Door originally was a double door entry which I framed down to a single door, in order to separate the two rooms better and add more wall space. (Yes, the speaker wire hanging over the door was taken care of!)

 This new, 6 paneled, Entry Door was later painted. It is a big improvement over the previous, gray, metal fire door, which was torn out. This is also fire resistant metal.

 Numerous other projects were involved in the renovation, including soundproofing a bedroom wall adjacent to the hallway and plastering/painting.