From having been a very ordinary bungalow from the late 1990s, it's now an inviting, comfortable and modern home for a small family.
Walls were removed, broadloom was torn up, and wooden floors were installed throughout the house.
This is the view from the front entrance before:
Before: A maze of walls.
And this is what it looks like now:
With two walls gone, the light-filled kitchen and dining area
are now integrated with the living room.
The kitchen before:
This is what the tile looks like installed.
The backsplash is a 1" hexagon
oriental white honed tile, which
relates nicely with the colours
and style of the tile of the living
room fireplace, on the opposite
side of the room.
Here are a few more shots from the home:
The former dining room was turned into a boy's computer
and TV room.
Details from one of the
View of the en-suite bathroom, seen from the
En-suite bathroom before.
We mixed several sizes of the same
tile on the floors and the walls, and
installed a different tile, with a striped
effect, on the shower end wall, to add
depth and interest.
Just like in the kitchen, the tile work is the shining
star. And yes, those mirrors have yet to be installed.
I hope you enjoyed the tour and the transformation of this home. It's now working for the homeowners, in every sense of the word. Happy Mother's Day!