Project: My client purchased a 1970s townhome through me representing him as a buyer back in 2018. The place has a great layout and many wonderful features such as a wood-burning fireplace and incredible views of the Flatirons of Boulder. However, the windows were original and in bad shape, kitchen was outdated, the main-level floors were not in good shape, the lower-level bathroom & laundry were outdated, and the upper full bath had some modern updates, but could use some nicer finishings. We did get him a great deal on the place, though! Fast forward to 2021 and him & I were having a conversation about the value of his home. I explained that making updates to the dated elements could really add value — he agreed and off I went to work!
- New white oak hardwood floors on main level
- New windows throughout
- Full remodel for kitchen
- Full remodel for lower level full bathroom & laundry space
- Refresh for upper full bathroom
Proposal: The inspiration for the kitchen design was natural elements with a bit of a “mountain” vibe. This place is a vacation property for my client so when he comes out to Boulder, it’s his getaway to the mountains. We wanted to keep the place modern & fresh and the color palette throughout the home was primarily wood, grey, black & white (with a touch of blue in the kitchen tile). For the lower bathroom, I proposed an accent wall in the shower with an eye-catching tile from TileBar. On the left and right walls of the shower will be a more simple white hexagonal tile. New Pottery Barn vanity and black fixtures. Moving to the upper level bathroom, the tile in the shower & floors had been updated before he purchased the townhome and we decided those will stay so it was just getting a new vanity, mirror, fixtures and some fresh paint.
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