Nancy Black and the team over at Total 360 Interiors was tasked with turning the drab 90’s suburban home into a fabulous home from this decade. They seemed to accomplish this quite well.
In the Kitchen they took away the 90’s green granite and installed a contrasting Quartzite Cielo Island and a quartz surround. They removed the pantry double doors and made it a single, and changed the backsplash from a green tile to a white and grey mosaic. Giving it a cleaner more modern aesthetic.
The living room was a miss match of design style. The fire place utilized a french motif where the built- in was a american shaker style. In remodeling, they made the fire place the true focal point by building out the fascia with an Ambra tile from Artistic Tile.
The master bath really took on the largest transformation. The shower was expanded across the entire back wall for a full spa experience including 3 body jets. They used a stone slab and cut into tiles to grace the floor and up the walls of the shower.
In the 90’s all Dallas suburban homes were installed with these spa tub decks . In the new design the free standing seamless tub gives the space a more modern feel. Without the tub decking, it feels like they gained an extra 100 square feet. This is also helped by the linear cabinets and organized layout.