Hollywood Heights Dallas Historical Bathroom and Kitchen Redesign

  • The homeowner loved the charm and character of her home, but the original kitchen left much to be desired. Her goals were to update the kitchen finishes to coordinate better with the rest of the home, make the space feel less cramped and more open, and maximize the efficiency of the small space.

    By working with an interior designer (J. Wiley Designs), we were able to keep the kitchen cohesive with the look and feel of the rest of the home. We relocated the entry of the kitchen to create a more direct route to the master suite and guest bedroom, creating a new U-shaped kitchen layout and much better flow for the home. We relocated the cooktop to the exterior wall and added a custom decorative vent hood – relocating the sink to the peninsula to create a safer work space. The countertop at the peninsula was expanded to allow for casual barstool seating, and additional work space if needed.

  • The homeowner wanted to create a bigger closet and larger master bathroom without taking space away from the bedroom. She also wanted the look and feel of the space to fit with the look and feel of her 1930’s home

    Since we couldn’t add more space to the bathroom and closet, we changed the entire layout. By removing the tub/shower combination we were able to install a larger walk-in shower and extend the size of the closet. We shifted the entries of the closet and bathroom in the new layout to maximize the efficiency of the storage. The new vanity cabinet included a large linen tower, single sink and makeup counter. The stone mosaic floor tile mimic typical styles of tile from the historical era of the home and the colors chosen for the vanity and walls compliment the original stained glass window.

  • The homeowner wanted to create a bigger closet and larger master bathroom without taking space away from the bedroom. She also wanted the look and feel of the space to fit with the look and feel of her 1930’s home

    Since we couldn’t add more space to the bathroom and closet, we changed the entire layout. By removing the tub/shower combination we were able to install a larger walk-in shower and extend the size of the closet. We shifted the entries of the closet and bathroom in the new layout to maximize the efficiency of the storage. The new vanity cabinet included a large linen tower, single sink and makeup counter. The stone mosaic floor tile mimic typical styles of tile from the historical era of the home and the colors chosen for the vanity and walls compliment the original stained glass window.

  • The homeowner loved the charm and character of her home, but the original kitchen left much to be desired. Her goals were to update the kitchen finishes to coordinate better with the rest of the home, make the space feel less cramped and more open, and maximize the efficiency of the small space.

    By working with an interior designer (J. Wiley Designs), we were able to keep the kitchen cohesive with the look and feel of the rest of the home. We relocated the entry of the kitchen to create a more direct route to the master suite and guest bedroom, creating a new U-shaped kitchen layout and much better flow for the home. We relocated the cooktop to the exterior wall and added a custom decorative vent hood – relocating the sink to the peninsula to create a safer work space. The countertop at the peninsula was expanded to allow for casual barstool seating, and additional work space if needed.

 

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