Our client decided the time had come to update the look of his home. He wanted a new style and improved functionality not only for his kitchen and master bath, but also for his hall baths, floors, paint and lights throughout the house as well. He also wanted one company that could handle the entire project and keep it within his budget. After thoughtful research, he chose TriFection.
Kitchen and bath remodel gets cooking
While he chose to preserve his existing kitchen cabinets, there were plenty of other, bigger-bang-for-the-buck areas to upgrade as part of his kitchen remodel. From counters to flooring, lighting to appliances, we created a thoroughly new kitchen experience. We removed the existing tile countertops and backsplash and installed Fiorito granite countertops along with an Arizona Red Diamond Mosaic backsplash from Interceramic. Then, we added an undermount sink and new faucet from Kohler’s Forte line.
In place of the old downdraft cooktop, we installed a new gas cooktop and venthood, set within a brick alcove and complete with a wall-mounted remote control.
Outdated light fixtures were replaced with two new Minka Lavery pendant lights over the island and a new Minka Lavery light fixture in the breakfast room.
Finally, we removed the existing wood flooring and installed a new Indian Stone Harvest Sunset floor tile from Interceramic set in a Versailles pattern.
Remaking the Master Bath
As part of the client’s master bathroom renovation, the existing walk-in shower needed a total rebuild from the ground up. We installed a new shower surround comprised of Crema Imperial Chisel tile (16 x 16) in a broken joint pattern, along with a 4” Bati Orient liner, both from Interceramic. The shower floor was covered with Venetian Flat Ivory Pebbles from Emser Tile. For the sake of continuity, we also used the Crema Imperial Chisel on the bathtub splash and skirt in a broken joint pattern. Frameless glass finished off our work in the shower.
Our client liked his existing vanity cabinets, but he needed more storage space. So, TriFection’s in-house cabinet craftsmen designed and built a new tower cabinet to match. Cultured marble countertops were replaced with Verde Fontaine granite, complemented by two Kohler undermount sinks and faucets from Moen’s Voss line.
Finally, we completed the master bath remake with Crema Imperial Versailles Chisel floor tile (16×16) set in a broken joint pattern.
Completing the look
We turned our focus next to the hall baths, installing new Kohler toilets, as well as Indian Stone Harvest Sunset Versailles tile floors from Interceramic.
Old wood flooring and carpet were removed and beautiful Kendall Exotics Santos Mahogany engineered wood flooring from ProSource was installed in the living room, dining room, master bedroom, master closet, foyer and hallways as part of a whole-house remodeling job.
As finishing touches, we installed Minka Lavery lighting fixtures throughout the house. We also added new Minka Aire ceiling fans in the living room and the master bedroom. We then painted the living room, dining room, foyer, hallway, master bedroom and closet in a variety of colors from Sherwin Williams.
A big job well done
Our client was very pleased with the finished product as well as the manner in which we managed such a comprehensive project located on the far west side of greater Houston. This high-quality, efficient remodeling execution requires the detailed planning, constant managerial oversight and strong lineup of professional craftsmen that TriFection provides.
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