The Rattlebridge Project
The existing footprint couldn't be changed,
so we looked upward.
Keeping the same footprint, the room expanded visually by blowing out the ceiling and adding a large, arched window. Most of the existing cabinetry remained. Jones Cabinetry of Murfreesboro, TN, built glass-fronted cabinets to flank the range hood, along with pull-out spice drawers, and a baking counter. Trim was added, and the cabinets were painted a neutral off white. The island was extended to include an eating area and a prep sink.
To open the space at the other end of the kitchen, the old wall ovens were removed,
along with part of a wall.
A baking center was added.
General Contractor: Mike Cox, Lebanon, TN
A dark, dated foyer gets a bright update.
Updating a 90s Staircase
Painted bricks, a new portico, double doors, and Timberlane shutters.
Updates to come.
Porch ceiling painted Haint Blue.
Tweaking a Master Bathroom
Unfitted vanity, granite remnant, new lighting, paint.
before (products will be repurposed)
Updating the Doors
8' doors and knobs
Adding Trim to Existing Crown Moulding and Baseboards
Spiffed Up Powder Room
Back Porch or Sunroom?
Working With Second-Story 8' Ceilings in a 90s House
Jack 'n Jill Bathroom Makeovers
Laundry Room Redux
Mad Writer in the Attic
A 3rd Story Attic Becomes a Writer's Retreat