REMODELINGWhole House Remodel
$600,001 - $800,000

• All rooms and bathrooms in this unit were remodeled for a total of 2626 square feet of change. 
• 69 square feet of the original living area was sunken 2.5 feet, which by today’s living standards made it disjointed and unusable. 
• By raising this sunken area to match the level of all of the flooring throughout the space, a singular living and kitchen space was created to match today’s lifestyle expectations and needs.  
• A desk area was built into the kitchen, allowing the client to work remotely from this new office space while enjoying the gulf views. 
• Drywall coffers were built into the existing ceiling in the kitchen to create an architectural LED lighting experience, with full Brilliant Switches Smart home technology. 
• DMF’s DRD lighting series was used throughout the entire floorplan and incorporated into the Brilliant Switches Smart Home Technology: T2 and O1 LED Drivers to provide 1% dimming capability, 750 to 1250 lumen output, and field-changeable beam angles from 15-90+ degrees.  
• Square trim was consciously used to align with the modern design aesthetic throughout the unit.  
• A new kitchen island was installed in the middle of the room with a 700-pound Taj Mahal Quartzite slab giving the client 61 square feet more kitchen counter space. This equated to a 1,120% area increase from the original counter space. 
• A new bar area was built into the former foyer space, allowing the client to display their own brand of wine and highlight their collection of bottles for those who visit the space.  
• By raising the floor, the design gave the opportunity to create a third bedroom. (The original floorplan only allowed two bedrooms.)  
• Color palette inspirations included crisp whites in the kitchen, earth tones throughout, including the flooring and wall accents, and sleek blacks in the living room, with pops of color incorporated into home accessories. Custom Manual Match “Elios” Deep Gold, White, Extra White, and Sky High were used throughout the unit on walls and trim.  
• Both silver and gold lighting fixtures were incorporated into the main living area, providing a unique design perspective.  
• The original floorplan’s Master Bath had no gulf views. A new bathroom orientation was created to incorporate the gulf views so the client could enjoy it while taking a shower or bath.  
• The guest bath’s eye-catching wall treatments create a spa-like feel, and the newly remodeled floorplan allows for more than one guest to use the two separate vanities and sinks.