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that had yellowed with age, were tucked under the plywood covered soffit. Laminate countertops provided the
foundation for a surface mounted sink, while 4” x 4” ceramic tile covered the backsplash.
two Delta faucets providing the heartbeat of this unique prep and serving center. Custom
full overlay cabinets by Broken Arrow Woodworks provide a wealth of storage.
height to seven feet. The claustrophobic feeling of the low ceiling was amplified by a row of nondescript cabinets.
Cathedral shaped cabinet doors and the magenta laminate countertops locked this kitchen firmly in the 80s.
contains a warming drawer, vegetable sink and eating bar. The second island contains a beverage cooler and main sink.
The space between the islands provides a direct path between the Wolf Cooktop and the expansive walk-in pantry.
façade and narrow mill finish aluminum windows effectively blocked the view of the expansive back yard.
The eight-foot ceiling height created a cramped feeling in this large family room.
outlined by Knotty Alder decorative beams. A cast stone fireplace from Stone Legends of Dallas Texas
created a fireplace focal point. An abundance of Pella Architectural Casement Windows with simulated
divided lights wrapped around the room now provides an expansive view.
a portion of the shower stall which is complete with polished brass framing. A standard eight foot ceiling, which
characterized the 80s look, does not take advantage of the attic space above.
as a luxurious bathroom environment for the wife’s vanity of this master bathroom. Antique wall scones,
custom beveled glass mirrors and a Travertine Marble countertop with a Delta lavatory faucet complete her
side of this spacious master bathroom. An electrically heated floor adds a hidden source of comfort.
surrounded by twin aluminum windows with vertical blinds it was the dominant and exceptionally ugly
focal point in this master bedroom. Worn carpet covered the floor.
fireplace from ugly to beautiful. A double French vault ceiling took advantage of attic space
above the room. Oak hardwood floors replaced the carpet. Custom drapes from Leslie Elliot
Interiors complement the traditional club chairs in this revitalized master bedroom.
Surrounded by twin aluminum casement windows, it had no visual interest. An eight- foot high ceiling limited
the comfort level in the room. It along with a worn carpet and pad called out for change in this room.
Design: Edward Kaplan | Construction: The Buckingham Group
then covered with a Cross Cut Travertine Tile from Visions Tile & Stone. The ceiling was raised to ten feet with a double
French Vault taking advantage of available attic space above. Pella Architectural fixed clear view windows were added
for additional light. An oak hardwood floor and custom furniture completed the transformation.
meal preparation. Oak cabinets with visible hinges dated this home to the late 80s. Laminate
countertops and four-inch tile on the backsplash completed the 80s picture. A combination of
carpet, wood flooring and walls defined individual rooms in this home.
was created with Alaska White granite overhangs on two sides of the kitchen cabinets. A strong focal point was
created by renovating the fireplace with a Cross Cut Travertine face. New hardwood floors now run throughout
the first level, unitizing the family room, kitchen and adjoining library.
had provided all of the moisture needed to warp the original hardwood floors. The dark and wet basement created
the perfect environment for mold growth which was beginning to permeate the balance of the home.
footings. French drains were installed, the basement walls were sealed with mastic and the excavation backfilled with
a combination of crushed rock and topsoil. Existing window wells were reconstructed bringing in much needed light
through custom made Pella Architectural series casement windows. A cast stone fireplace surround replaced the brick
veneer. New moldings that matched the original were created by custom grinding knifes at Southern Millwork. A
Travertine tile floor was installed throughout the renovated living space.
large electric range locked this home in the 50s. The cased opening lead into an adjoining room which
was a giant walk in pantry where groceries could be delivered from the local high-end grocery.
kitchen. Brazilian Mahogany Euro Style cabinets, twin Bosch dishwashers, a Wolf dual fuel range & exhaust
hood and abundant countertop surfaces create the perfect kitchen for entertaining. Three large picture windows
light the kitchen and allow a view of the expansive front lawn.
boost its floor space, function and aesthetics. Adding to this major problem were outdated appliances,
laminate countertops, an undulating Mexican Tile floor and builder basic seven-foot tall orangey-ash
cabinets, which in themselves stuck out as a sore thumb.
Twin islands with "African Fantasy" Granite countertops provide an expansive workspace for the
husband and wife gourmet cooks. Jay Rambo Knotty Alder cabinets with inset doors provides customized
storage. Kohler farm front and vegetable sinks are integrated into the island cooking center. His and her
clothes closets are disguised as kitchen cabinets at the end of the kitchen.
family room. Inefficient casement windows outfitted with surface mounted miniblinds gathered dust as
they shielded the carpeted floor from the sun rising to the east.
and convenience. A cast concrete fireplace mantle and surround with a linen finish, custom manufactured by
Solus Fireplaces of Vancouver B.C. embraces a Napoleon HD35 fireplace insert. Complete with a remote-
controlled flame it provides a romantic setting in the room. A ten-foot tall wall of split slate from Emser Tile &
Stone adds both beauty & visual interest to the fireplace wall.
this south Tulsa home. The yellowed peeling finish on the ash cabinets coupled with polished brass faucets
and an impractical floor covering of carpet placed an explanation point on the need for an update.
and wife to have separate vanities. Brazilian Mahogany (Sapele) cabinets were designed and
custom manufactured for this bathroom. Etched glass mirrors and custom wall sconces add
both decorative and functional features to the space. A Kohler surface mounted vessel lavatory
provides both clean-up-space and a cosmetic center for the wife.
master bathroom. Fussy, outdated wallpaper, an aluminum window, carpeted floors and an abundance of louvered doors
created a maze of dated visual effects.
luxury features the user is able to activate stimulating air jets, Chromo-Therapy lighting and or Vibra Acoustic
treatments all while relaxing in the tub. Release your imagination and focus on how you would like to either
start or end your day in this master bathroom air tub.
tub for two and a large shower complete with six foot tall cultured marble swan along with
polished brass fixtures screamed for replacement.
plumbing fixtures provide a choice of a showering experience. A Kohler whirlpool tub with a stimulating array of jets is centered
in a custom Knotty Alder tub surround. A double French Vault Ceiling adds a spacious feeling to this master bathroom.
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