A dramatic reveal! This kitchen was very dark and did not have a flow that worked for this busy family with two teenage boys. The small island was in the way and not very functional. Wait until you see the after!
After remodeling this home’s kitchen years ago, Sterling Renovations was asked to continue through the rest of the home. We removed the archways at the front door entrance that were making it feel closed in. This design now flows throughout the home with metropolitan sophistication!
This luxurious master bath in the Timarron neighborhood of Southlake has so many new features, including a gorgeous tile floor!
This same home also now has a beautiful new kitchen and is ready for the holidays and entertaining!
We also redesigned the family room with a gorgeous new fireplace.
This home remodel was for a lovely couple who enjoys luxurious living at the Brownstones at Southlake Town Square. They wanted a more contemporary look to match their decor. We removed a wall and wrap-around island and replaced with a large island for a much better flow. The waterfall edge is one of their favorite features.
We removed the double patio doors and updated with sliding doors. This opened the entire feel of the family room and brought in more natural lighting.
Another completed remodel in Southlake, July 2016 – click to enlarge
A beautiful remodel in Colleyville. A wall was removed to open the space into the family room.
This home in Southlake had a faux finish throughout that made the interior very dark, including the kitchen that already had darker cabinets and counters. This family wanted to lighten and refresh with a modern, white kitchen. We brought in custom built cabinets with helpful storage features. It may at first look like they lost storage by removing the wrap around bar area. We created more storage that was much more useful for their lifestyle with a built-in buffet in the breakfast area where there was once an empty wall. We also created a large pantry that was formerly a small desk area just off the kitchen.
This Southlake home, that was featured in the June 2016 issue of 76092 magazine, is the perfect example of remodeling for the needs of a family with small children. And why not add a special place for the kids to cook, too!
We removed walls and opened up the entire room to feel like much more square footage was added.
This home has been featured in both 360 West and 76092 Magazines with our remodeling and designs. Through the years, it has been our pleasure to be invited back to remodel the master bedroom, master bath to most recently completing a remodel of the kitchen and family room. This home started out a very warm, Old World Style with very dark colors. After years of enjoying their home, this family wanted to lighten and brighten. One of the most important design decisions in every project with this home was to retain cherished furniture with sentimental value and incorporate into the new design. We work with a fabulous company to reupholster furniture pieces with gorgeous and modern fabrics that become a focal point. The final touches with high end accessories really brought out the beauty of the new design.
This beautiful home in Coppell was remodeled to accommodate young children, but continue a seamless flow of beautiful details. This is when function meets beauty! (Click on photos to enlarge.)
This next home had an ornate, castle style. The homeowners wanted a lighter and more modern update. Here in the kitchen, we were able to keep the existing cabinets. We removed the ornate wooden features around the cabinets, then painted them white. To complete the look, we replaced the venting over the stove with a more modern and sleek vent hood.
We replaced the heavy textured, faux finish walls with a smooth paint finish to bring out the clean lines throughout the home.
In the dining room, we removed the wooden “teeth” under the crown moulding. The faux finish was replaced with a gorgeous modern wallpaper with a bit of gold pattern.
In the Master Suite, we painted a soothing gray. The large print, modern wallpaper was placed on one accent wall for a glam statement without taking over the room.
Amazing transformation! This older home was purchased knowing there would be a complete remodel throughout. The family loved the neighborhood and the property that the home was built on. But the inside of the home was not only dated, but falling apart in some areas.
This next home was also a full remodel, starting as a very dark, Old World style.
Homeowner: “We wanted to modernize the space to fit our lifestyle. I love the Hollywood Regency style so we wanted beautiful luxe lighting, glam mirrors and tile to reflect light and modern wallpaper accents to tie the look together.”
The living room fireplace now has floor to ceiling marble, in person it is luxurious!
This gorgeous marble fireplace brings this room into a more modern and updated style.