Qualified Remodeler Magazine

OCT 2018

Qualified Remodeler helps independent remodeling firms to survive, become more professional and more profitable by providing must-have business information, namely best business practices, new product information and timely design ideas.

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the front of the house. Meanwhile, the mixture of the black-painted island and appliances with touches of gold in the faucet, lighting and various hardware elements combine for a nod toward contemporary. A guest bathroom and master bathroom were also updated over the course of the project, and together ex- emplify the client's desire to balance modern preferences with historical references. "•e client was striving for an updated, contemporary twist to the original 1930s bathroom that was found in the typical Tudor home from that era [for the guest bathroom]. •e selection of a black and white marble tile scheme, carrarra marble countertop, chrome bath ‚xtures, calm paint colors and updated transitional lighting ‚xtures helped to update every element, but keep the vintage charm," Hayslett says. "•e master bathroom was designed as a soft, contemporary oasis that is a departure from the vintage design of the guest bathroom. •e selection of white quartz countertop, vessel sinks, modern wall sconces and plumbing ‚xtures, ‡oating sink vanities, modern ‡oating tub and contemporary wood plank wall tile created the modern feel that the client was looking for." | Located on the garage's second floor, windows brighten the fitness space. Working with the steep pitch of the front- facing gable, custom shelving fits right in. The modernness of the fitness center carries into the connecting half-bath. PROJECTS: Design Solutions 36 October 2018 QR QualifiedRemodeler.com NEW: Keep Beautiful Home Exteriors Beautiful Venting Never Looked So Good 888-443-7937 www.DryerWallVent.com DWV4B DWV4B DWV4W Powder Coated Heavy Gauge Aluminized Steel Today, exterior terminations get the attention they deserve as components that actually enhance aesthetics. Built in the USA of powder coated heavy gauge galvanized steel, they stand the test of time. Clean lines and superior performance make Dryer Wall Vents ™ worth a closer look. For more info circle 63

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