Remodeling a kitchen and bathroom can often seem like an overwhelming, and expensive project to take on, especially when selling your house to move. This kitchen and bathroom are examples that sometimes only small, inexpensive changes can make a big impact for a big return on the sale of a home. New appliances were installed in the kitchen and all the cabinets received a coat of white paint and new hardware, yet the countertops and flooring remained the same. Even though each room only received half a make-over, they each look completely updated.
Despite this Troon home having breathtaking views, the outdated interior was making the home difficult to sell. Replacing the carpet with hardwood floors and painting the cabinets a soft gray allowed this home to sell quickly for new homeowners to enjoy.
The master bathroom in this home was tired and dated, thanks to cultured marble countertops, brass fixtures, dated cabinetry, and unattractive tile floors. With the help of our design team and a contractor, we designed a gorgeous master retreat with Carrera marble counters, updated plumbing and lighting fixtures, a frameless glass shower door, modern subway tile shower, and tub surround, and classic yet modern porcelain tile flooring. We then staged this beautiful space with a few accessories to add dimension to the listing photos, and to bring life to this space for showings to prospective buyers.
Multiple realtors were unable to get this home sold. We came in with our designer and worked our magic. Simply put, darker, smaller floor tiles are not enticing to prospective buyers. We helped our clients swap out their dated, dark tiles for lighter, 20 inch porcelain tiles, which instantly lightened and brightened the living area.