A nice condo made spectacular! This original builder quality
3 bedroom/2.5 bathroom Streeterville unit was converted into a more
open and inviting 2 bedroom home with gorgeous fixtures and wide
plank dark stained wood flooring. There are so many elements of
contemporary design seen throughout the space, including a tasteful
glass backsplash in the kitchen, large format tile in the bathrooms and
perfectly selected lighting. This rehabbed residence became a class
act showcase in no time.
When available, we will address our clients with options to re-use
materials that don’t need replacing if they speak the design style of
our choosing. In this case, the kitchen cabinets were kept in the
existing space, but highlighted with high contrast elements. The snow
white quarts, and the glow from the unique, frosted, stacked, glass tile
backsplash that we flooded the entire wall with, created high contrast
throughout the new voice of the kitchen. Undercabinet lighting
reflects off the glass tiles and made a once dark kitchen scream for
Contemporary design is known for its rectilinear elements with
specific positions of horizontal and vertical lines. You can see this
throughout the intricate tile details of the master bathroom remodel.
The linear shower drain centered in the middle of the large format tile
of the shower base, all the way to the stainless-steel accent that wraps
the vanity top are clear indications of this contemporary bathroom.
Using tempered glass for the large shower, an adjustable teak bench is
installed to conclude the modern finishes with a pop of color.