Projects that have been completed by dRemodeling
After we took everything down, we began selecting materials, colors, and appliances to accommodate the lavish bathroom that the clients wanted. They chose a pea green color to paint the walls with, allowing sunlight to reflect off of the color and radiant a warm tone. The green is paired with neutral earth tones in the tiling, which softens and balances out the highlight of the color.
The construction process was quite elaborate, as we were starting fresh, in an entirely gutted space. We constructed the tub, which sits in the corner on the room, with a view out of the window. Then, we installed a glass encased shower at the opposite corner, fixed with multiple shower heads recessed into the ceiling and walls for extra luxury. The shower features a red shower bench that is bolted into the wall and folds up to free space inside the shower.
Since we took out the existing door, this allowed for more space for a comfortable, freeing place to shower or bathe in. The vanity compliments the wall color and the chrome applianes add to the overall look. Recessed lights above the shower and tub can create a warmer and more seductive look. Needless to say, the client was extremely pleased!
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The fireplace is sometimes known as the warm heart of the home, and our client had a clear vision of what she wanted her home’s heart to look like.
The bricks in the fireplace had previously been badly water damaged, so she had hired masons to line the interior of the fireplace with a wire mesh.
Then, they put stucco on the walls to prepare the fireplace for thin bricks and decorative tiles to be installed- this is when we came in.
The client knew exactly what she wanted- she sent us sketches and gave us a list of materials, which included Endicott Thin Brick and Tiles and Black Grout from Devon Tile.
The project took a total of only four days to create a quality renovation . The materials chosen were Endicott’s Thin Brick in Manganese Ironspot (smooth texture), 6×6 decorative tiles, black grout between the tiles, and black mortar between the bricks.
The level of detail that our client focused on was very important to her. As with any design, details and intricacies
add a tasteful touch to a space.
South Philadelphia Rowhome Basement: Classic + Clean
This South Philadelphia basement remodel was a transformation from an unfinished storage room to a clean, organized, finished space with living area and a bathroom. The project called for a complete overhaul. The existing conditions did not offer any level of organization or convenience, and the basement offered a cold, barren aesthetic.
A beautiful level of finish and sophistication was developed in the basement by covering existing ductwork and unfinished walls, providing new tile flooring, and building essential storage elements. The generous size of the basement was capitalized upon by developing new storage closets and adding a basement bathroom.
The basement stair was enhanced and a finished storage space was implemented underneath. Special attention was paid to small details; classically styled closet doors, hardware, and trim details were utilized to create a sophisticated and elegant appearance.
This successfully redeveloped basement offers a usable, completely finished space that has become a welcome addition to the home. The once inhospitable storage space has been transformed into a welcoming, usable room.
South Philadelphia Urban Spa
This beautiful South Philadelphia bathroom remodel transformed an overcrowded bath space into a comforting urban spa. The original bathroom presented a complicated layout with too few options for storage, resulting in clutter and an unmanageable organizational system. Further, the existing shower was largely over-scaled relative to its space, and created a crowded, tight environment. The goal for the bathroom was to provide more breathing room around essential fixtures and to promote a harmonious, calming environment by creating functional and efficient storage options that would help to eliminate pesky clutter.
In addition to the functional goals of the space, dRemodeling worked to emphasize the inherent, beautiful aesthetic features of the South Philadelphia rowhome. The original brick wall was maintained and highlighted by sleek metal fixtures and contemporary installations with a clean, crisp appearance.
The bathroom’s walls were taken from a mint green to a fresher, calmer blue. The airy nature of the walls were later grounded by the dark, textured appearance of the tile flooring. The old double sink was replaced with a large single sink, which now rests on an elegant walnut wall mounted vanity.
The old shower was replaced with a newly located glass stall shower. The shower was moved to the corner of the bathroom, allowing for a separate soaking tub area where the old shower once consumed space. Freeing up the bathtub area allowed for several new functional additions: a tiled, built-in storage fixture opposite the soaking tub as well as lighting and hardware to support robes and towels. The tub was placed against the rich warmth of the existing brick wall and adjacent to an existing window, allowing for an isolated area designated for escape and relaxation.
The area surrounding the toilet introduced more function as well: recessed shelving was built above the toilet, and decorative shelving was placed on the bathroom’s southernmost wall. These elements help to contain items for everyday use and prevent clutter from overtaking the sink area.
The warmth and modernity of this bathroom remodel provides a complete spa-like experience for the user, as well as provides practical functionality in innovative ways.
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The creation of a large, roomier master bathroom was the end goal of this particular project. Amply large windows were in place on two of the walls as well as a cathedral ceiling that featured a skylight.
Initially, the underlying framing was inspected and reinforced. dRemodeling then prepared the lines for electrical wiring, HVAC, and plumbing. Next, we installed flooring plywood as well as moisture and mold-resistant drywall on the ceiling and walls. All the surfaces were primed for painting or prepared for tiling.
Top quality luxury bathroom fixtures were then installed such as a frameless glass shower and jacuzzi tub and an enclosed bidet. An ornate vanity that contained a double sink was also installed in the process as well as a polished stone countertop and recessed lighting.
dRemodeling then created a natural, serene, and warmer atmosphere by selecting and applying the ideal color scheme by employing subdued, earthtone colors with varying-patterned tiles along the base of the jacuzzi. Diamond-patterned floor tiles using the same color scheme was also used and the sheetrock was painted in similar fashion.