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438 Seymour Street condo project.

Image from the living room looking into the new kitchen.

438 Seymour Street condo project.

Image from the new kitchen looking into the living room.

438 Seymour Street condo project.

An integrated kitchen and living room space.

438 Seymour Street condo project.  

Need more storage closer to your kitchen sink?....a place to store sos and other scrub pads. This "Rev-a-shelf" product is a welcome addition to any kitchen.

438 Seymour Street condo project.  

Notice the generous use of under cabinet lighting. 

438 Seymour Street condo project.  

Overall, the change in kitchen design and finishes was quite dramatic.

438 Seymour Street condo project.

Porcelain tile from Ames Tile. Staggered pattern adds interest. Hygienic and feels good when walked on.

438 Seymour Street condo project.

Kalia shower base, frameless glass shower door, porcelain tile, Schluter waterproofing membranes, Schluter niche.

438 Seymour Street condo project.

Before and after photos. Notice the opening up the wall was an easy change. Steel stud reframing is straightforward and quickly completed. Serenity One is skilled in wall reconfigurations.

438 Seymour Street condo project.

Before and after photos of the bathroom. Full height wall tiling is getting more popular. Hygienic and easy to wipe down.

438 Seymour Street condo project.

Tubs are reducing in popularity versus shower bases. As a result, tub to shower conversions are gaining in popularity. 

438 Seymour Street condo project.

Feature tiled wall adds visual interest to a space. The tile finishes a concrete column behind it.

Cement backer board was glued and screwed to steel hat track (fastened to the column). Tile was installed over the cement board, grouted, and caulked at its perimeter.

438 Seymour Street condo project.

This angle shot captures the essence of the kitchen design. #3 comfortable bar seats with plenty of room.

The end, upper cabinet is turned to face the living room. The kitchen corner base cabinet has a door accessible from the living room.

Both of these design features allow convenience. Plates and glasses can be easily accessed from the living room. 

438 Seymour Street condo project.

A closer look at the base and upper cabinet that can be accessed from the living room.

438 Seymour Street condo project.

Always promoting and adding closet storage systems. 

438 Seymour Street condo project.

Always adding kitchen storage where possible. Traditional kitchens often leave unused space under the kitchen sink. With the pull out tray above and the drawer below, this kitchen sink is maximizing its usage.

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