One of the projects I’m currently working on is a Spatnish/Meditteranean home on the bay in Margate, NJ. My client recently purchased the home and wanted to transform the space to have a more Meditteranean feel. Since majority of my projects have been new construction, it was very exciting for me to work on a renovation.
We renovated the entire first floor – including a brand new kitchen – consisting of Woodmode cabinetry, Thermador appliances, a solid Travertine farmhouse sink, leathered Crema countertops, mosaic stone medallion behind the 48″ range, and reclaimed stone Travertine floors. As you can see from the pictures, we removed one of the walls to open up the gorgeous view of the bay. On the first floor, we removed the existing tile flooring and replaced it with 5″ wide plank hand stained brazilian cherry hardwood. In the family room we added stained rustic oak beams to the ceiling, a gorgeous custom limestone mantel to the fireplace and custom designed wrought iron insets on the transom windows. We replaced the existing front door with an arched knotty alder door with arched glass sidelites/transom combo with wrought iron grills. I’m currently doing the finishing touches on the powder room, I’ll be posting those pictures in another blog post. As you can see, there’s some more work to be done so stay tuned for more!