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The Tour of Remodeled Homes celebrates its 28th year as a unique Louisville Home Show. Each year the showcase has grown in popularity and this year features 15 diverse projects spread across the city. The Tour of Remodeled Homes is an excellent opportunity for you to see firsthand the possibilities for modifying existing homes in our area. Whether you’re contemplating a major remodel of your home, an addition, or a remodel of one room, you’ll walk away from the Tour of Remodeled Homes with ideas, inspiration, and a great list of professionals who can help you complete your job. Even if you’re not planning a remodeling project soon, you can get some great design ideas and see 4 The Tour of Remodeled Homes

some of the latest products for the home by attending. You never know what you might see that you just can’t live without in your home! The remodelers who participate in the Tour of Remodeled Homes are professionals. To learn more about the Registered Remodelor and Registered Builder programs of the Home Builders Association of Louisville, see page 12 in this magazine, or visit www.HBAL.com. For information about the Remodelor’s Council or for a list of Registered Remodelors highlighting their areas of expertise, call 502.429.6000 or visit our web site at www.hbal.com. E

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Gilda’s Club Brings Education, Camaraderie and Laughter to its Members Five dollars of the Tour of Remodeled Homes ticket fee will be donated to Gilda’s Club Actress and comedian Gilda Radner once said that her cancer diagnosis gave her membership to an elite club of which she’d rather not belong. In her honor, Gilda’s Club Louisville was founded in October 2007 to help those living with cancer– men, women, teens and children – and those who love them. We recognize the need of all individuals whose lives have been touched by cancer, those who have a diagnosis, survivors, care givers and family members. Through free programs that include 100+ monthly support and networking groups, lectures, workshops and social activities, Gilda’s Club brings education, camaraderie and laughter to its members, accomplishing our mission that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action and sustained by community. Such support ensures that no one faces a cancer journey alone. HBAL.com/tour-of-remodeled-homes 7


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Saturday & Sunday August 10th-11th 12 noon to 6 p.m. both days $15 adults, Children 6 and under free cash or check only

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TOUR OF REMODELED HOMES MAP........................................................................................................ 10 Remodelors Council Chairman Mike Isaac The Tour of Remodeled Homes Chairman Bill Bruenderman, Jr. Publisher Charles J. Kavanaugh Editor Margie Brangers Graphic Design Scott Dudgeon Photography John May, Joe May & Jay May Photo on cover courtesy of Belgard Hardscapes Advertising Melissa Mattingly Kimberly Greenwell Contributing Writers Nancy Miller Home Builders Association Staff For advertising information call the Home Builders Association of Louisville 502.429.6000 The Tour of Remodeled Homes program is published once a year by the Home Builders Association of Louisville and distributed free of charge to selected homeowners in the Greater Louisville area and at each of the homes located at the event. We take no responsibility for omissions or errors.

Home 1 Vincent Abell; 2232 Kaelin Avenue, 40205 Whole house remodel; 600 sq. ft. addition........................................................................................................................15 Home 2 Ron Wolford; 2327 Woodford Place, 40205 Kitchen, family room, three baths, master suite, patio.......................................................................................................16 Home 3 John Miranda & Chris Knopf; 3920 Hycliffe Avenue, 40207 Kitchen and dining room remodel.....................................................................................................................................18 Home 4 David Foster; 5 Eastover Court, 40206 Complete home remodel................................................................................................................................................... 21 Home 5 Brandon Bailey; 3922 Napanee Road, 40207 Kitchen, mudroom & family room renovation..................................................................................................................22 Home 6 Kiel Thomson; 503 Ridgewood Road, 40207 Kitchen, dining room, master suite, and two bathrooms remodel; porch, basement and garage addition.......................24 Home 7 Bill Bruenderman; 4907 Crofton Road, 40207 Family room, breakfast area and screen porch addition; kitchen and mud room remodel...............................................25 Home 8 Ron Wolford; 2614 Phoenix Hill Drive, 40207 Master bath remodel..........................................................................................................................................................26 Home 9 Joe French; 2325 Branning Road, 40222 New master suite; remodel of kitchen and bathrooms; repurposed bedroom..................................................................28 Home 10 Jim Ernst, David Ernst, Mark Ernst & Bob Thieneman, Jr.; 7002 Wooded Meadow Road, 40241 Kitchen remodel; addition of three season porch, pool and outdoor kitchen......................................................................31 Home 11 Jeremy McGraw; 8324 Croydon Circle, 40222 Whole house remodel and 2,200 sf addition.....................................................................................................................32 Home 12 Rick Allison & Tom Kruse; 10717 Sunderland Place, 40243 Kitchen remodel; updates throughout home’s interior .....................................................................................................35 Home 13 Rob Peterson; 106 Towne Creek Court, 40243 Two-story addition; master bath and bedroom remodel; garage conversion; exterior makeover.......................................36 Home 14 Karen McKechnie; 12015 Hudson View Court, 40299 Kitchen & master bath remodel..........................................................................................................................................39

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Choosing a Registered Builder or Remodelor By Nancy Miller

When considering building a new home or remodeling an existing home, it’s critical to select the right individual or company for your individual project. It is a decision that will help determine the quality and cost of your remodel or new construction. The Home Builders Association of Louisville (HBAL) has Registered Remodelor and Registered Builder members who: • Are informed about new products. • Are linked to a network of industry professionals on the local, state and national level. • Have a commitment to continuing education.

Checklist for Hiring a Registered Builder or Registered Remodelor It’s also important that you become familiar with the business of a prospective remodeler or builder and that his or her experience relates to your individual project. You might find it helpful to use this checklist when choosing a Registered Remodelor or Builder member of the Home Builders Association of Louisville. q Check to be sure that you’re talking to a Registered Remodelor or Builder. q Check to be sure the remodeler or builder has a permanent business location and a good reputation with local banks and suppliers.

• Have the ability to address special building issues/techniques. • Have access to a conciliation process should problems arise that cannot be easily resolved. • Have experience in the home or commercial construction profession for a specified period of time. • Have demonstrated financial and on-site responsibilities. • Are a full-time professional who derives his or her principal income from construction, remodeling or related real estate activities. • Have submitted the names of previous customers as references • Have Registered Remodelor or Builder sponsors with personal knowledge of their remodeling/construction activities and business integrity.

q Ask how long they have been in the remodeling or building business. You want to be sure they’ll be around after the project is complete to service warranties and to address issues that could develop. It usually takes three to five years to establish a financially sound business. q Check with the Better Business Bureau to learn of any complaints. q Inquire whether the remodeler or builder has sufficient workers’ compensation and general liability insurance. If not, you may be liable for any construction- or remodeling-related accidents on your premises. It’s a good idea to ask for proof of insurance. q Check references. q Check for quality of workmanship and materials of previous projects.

• Must have acceptable credit history.

q Be sure you are able to easily communicate with the person.

• Appear before a committee for a personal interview.

q Ask for a complete and clearly written contract. Review it carefully.

• Must agree to take part in continuing education.

q Be cautious of unusually low-priced bids. If the remodeler or builder is unable to pay for materials and labor as the project proceeds, there could be potential problems.

• Must agree to abide by the Code of Ethics of the HBAL.

q Look for these logos: q Visit hbal.com for lists of Registered Remodelors and Builders. 12 The Tour of Remodeled Homes


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Vincent Abell Contracting, Inc. 4902 Meadow Creek Court Crestwood, KY 40014 502.641.7756 www.vincentabellcontracting.com

The basement was opened up by removing masonry pillars and replacing the original wood beam with a 29 foot steel beam. Also, an acidstained concrete floor was poured. On the exterior of the home, vinyl siding was applied over the old wood lap siding. The back porch was covered and a new custom stamp pattern driveway was installed. Reviewing the extensive renovation, one of the very proud homeowners said, “This old house is new.”

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the handrail was raised, and newel posts were added and top nail oak floors installed to match the first floor. Along with a large 2nd floor laundry/closet area. Also, new cabinetry was installed and a more functional layout was created for the bathroom Danby marble-topped white cabinetry and small gray tiles set the scene of tasteful tranquility. In addition, during the remodeling, the top nail oak floors throughout the house were refinished or installed a new, the HVAC was reworked and windows were replaced throughout the entire house.

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same finish as that in the kitchen and a walk-in closet that has a convenient chute to the basement laundry room. The remodel of the former screen porch into a new master bath reflects an innovative use of space. A travertine tile shower takes center stage in the room that’s also distinguished by its obsidian-accented travertine floor. Tongue and groove composite decking and a new railing were added to the front porch along with new landscape work and exterior lighting during the second phase of renovation The third stage began with rebuilding stairs that led from the basement to the first floor, and focused on the unfinished basement which was entirely excavated and new concrete was poured and steel columns were added to support the house. Basement waterproofing and new plumbing and sewage systems were installed. In phase four, an exercise/television room, wine cellar, cedar closet, mechanical room, laundry, and bathroom were added in the basement. Finally, the second floor was replumbed and rewired, floors and baseboards were removed and sloping floor issues were resolved, the height of

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The homeowners put out a 911 remodel call to Foster Brothers Construction about this Crescent Hill house. Extensive renovations and transformative interior design were performed over three years and in five phases, all of which conscientiously respected the home’s Arts and Crafts style. Before changing the footprint of the kitchen, termite damage had to be addressed and existing fire damage required structural reinforcement of the ceiling and roof system. The new kitchen has Shaker-style dark-stained oak cabinets with matching crown molding, Danby marble countertops with a subway tile backsplash, and a bar area that was converted from a former closet. The reworked layout afforded the inclusion of an island. Deep cabinets in the dividing wall between the half bath and master bath conceal updated plumbing. The new pedestal sink and octagonal tile are in keeping with the house’s original character. Moving a wall in the master bedroom allowed the addition of built-in cabinetry of the

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Brandon C. Bailey

Bailey Remodeling and Construction, LLC 137 Breckenridge Lane Louisville, KY 40207 502.494.7442 www.baileyremodel.com

ing area that has comfortable seating, a fireplace, children’s play space, and an adjoining deck with a grill. The kitchen’s laminate flooring was replaced with hardwood to match the existing hardwood throughout the house. All floors on the first floor were refinished.

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Kiel Thomson

Kiel Thomson Company 100 Weist Place Louisville, KY 40206 502.899.9593 www.kielthomsoncompany.com

plete with an entertainment area, a pull out-style bar with an antiqued mirror and copper sink, exercise room, laundry area, bathroom, and a curated collection of surprises. The remodel project included new mechanicals and the installation of geothermal heating and cooling, a whole-house generator, audio system, alarm system, and security cameras. All floors were refinished and the skylight in the foyer was enlarged. Power lines were buried and a swell was cut in the back of the property to divert water from running into a neighboring yard.

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the dining room to create an easy flow from the sunroom/dining room/kitchen onto the porch. Twig-like oil rubbed bronze hardware accessorizes the kitchen’s custom reclaimed American chestnut cabinets and island. A closet was converted to a convenient pantry. Thomson’s commitment to environmentally-friendly restoration is reflected in an adjacent bar’s reclaimed pine shelving. Lower cabinets in the bar were retained and were painted to match those in the kitchen. The new master suite features a bathroom with a large, curbless tiled shower with Waterworks fixtures, and a dressing area. French doors were added and windows were replaced in the bedroom. A vestibule off the bedroom serves as an office and laundry room. Two additional bathrooms in the home were updated. Before the renovation, the basement was not serviceable. A cracked wooden beam was replaced, plumbing was rerouted, and shelves were built to cover an existing footer. A new “man cave” is re-

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Kiel Thomson Company designed and structurally rebuilt this impressive 3,000 sq. ft. home. The kitchen, dining room and master bath were gutted, the existing deck was removed, and sliding glass doors to the area were replaced with four sets of French doors. Space under the deck was excavated for a new twocar garage. The existing crawlspace was excavated to create a larger basement that connects the existing basement to the new garage. The double porch’s screened and unscreened areas are ideal for the homeowners’ frequent gatherings of family and friends. Pre-Civil War heart pine was salvaged from an old Alabama cotton mill to create a cathedral ceiling above the hydronically heated Tennessee flagstone floor. The grill hood was specially constructed to extend through the roof to prevent smoke from damaging the wood ceiling. “Redesigning the kitchen totally changed the way we live and entertain,” says the homeowner. An existing cramped kitchen was opened onto

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about the new kitchen that has cabinets with inset divided light doors, a marble countertop and a white subway tile backsplash. A touch of European style harmonizes with the kitchen’s unmistakable sense of hospitality. Integrated into the space are cabinetry and a desk that don’t sacrifice aesthetics for utility. When other lighting is dimmed, rope lighting above the unit casts a soft glow that permeates the entire area. The new 14’ x 16’ screened porch, with a vaulted ceiling, bead boarding and ceiling fan is a delightful combination of tropical ambience and Southern charm. When the family entertains, it’s usually a lively group of adults and children who can’t resist the appeal of the adjacent new patio and inviting landscaping. DR. Even the mudroom, with its travertine marble RIO VISTA floors, boasts a sense of style while showing its practicality. Pegged hooks and open lockers are convenient for coats and boots, backpacks, and shopping bags that are brought in from the adjoin-

ing two-car garage. A washer and dryer supplement those in the basement. Family room renovation involved creating a new cased opening that leads into the living room, and painting the wood paneling, but leaving the distinctive beams. An ebony vanity is contrasted by a white marble countertop in the remodeled half bath. Hardwood floors were laid in the kitchen and half bath and were refinished throughout the first floor.

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ing on the walls of the room. The floor’s wood-like porcelain tile planks are reminiscent of the movement of the grain of warm pine. Varied widths are laid in a random pattern. Separate Shaker style custom vanities of knotty alder wood with a warm, walnut finish sit below recessed medicine cabinets and sconce lighting. Alder wood is also used for open shelving. . DR RIO VISTA A Kohler Purist soaking tub with Brizo brushed nickel Virage faucets is dropped into a granite deck. The stone on the shower columns is repeated on the tub facing. Natural light from a frosted art glass window MPUM RD. with twig panels softly saturates the room.WAArt glass D. AL R is iterated on the water closet door and closet TRIB door. The room’s center five-shaded brushed nickel MOCKINGB

The remodel of this master bath was purchased at a silent auction at the Kosair Children’s Hospital’s Snow Ball. A collaborative effort of Wolford Building & Remodeling, Miller’s Fancy Bath, and the homeowners, it’s melding of contemporary and transitional styles epitomizes luxury. The design plays with different textures---industrial and organic, smooth and rough. Soothing olive green walls provide a background in which each element can be dramatically expressed. Echoing the arches in the living room windows and above the home’s front door, an arch of stacked stone columns is the focal point of the bath’s large shower. Tumbled stone with whispers of copper is accentuated by glass-tiled niches. A tile border in the shower is carried out through band-

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try that has a smoke rub-through stain with black glazing. An Ogee-edged granite vanity top and satin nickel-beaded knobs complete the look. Visitors will feel right at home in a redecorated bedroom off the main hall. The guest bathroom’s Shaker style vanity is dressed up with crystal knobs. The remodel project also included installing hardwood flooring throughout the main living area, adjusting the HVAC for space alterations, new lighting, and updating the plumbing in all bathrooms.

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has a slight Rococo influence. The dishwasher and metallic gray granite composite sink and dishwasher are placed in the raised-bar center island, establishing a work triangle and providing more counter space around the range. Staggered eggshellpainted maple perimeter cabinets, some with mullion glass doors, and hutch are individualized by a brushed technique. They are complemented by the black-stained alder wood island. Two materials and colors of countertops---Pergaminho granite and Wellington Cambria quartz---work in tandem for heightened visual interest. A marble subway tile backsplash highlights the decorative hood over the new gas range. Soffits were removed to allow cabinets to extend to the ceiling with fluted crown molding. A 45 degree pantry with angled roll-outs provides storage and anchors the run of cabinetry. Sitting on carved feet with elaborate corners and detailed onlays, the uniquely crafted hutch unites the kitchen and living space. White cabinetry and a spacious closet system occupy a former bedroom. Adjoining it is a bathroom with distressed maple recessed panel cabine-

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four and more cabinets for needed storage and a security system. A screened porch had been on the wish-list for several years, but presented concerns about its use during cold or very hot weather. The decision was made to remove the 19 year old deck and build a three-season addition with separate zoning for heating and air conditioning. EZE-Breeze rectractable clear vinyl panels were selected to allow for an unobstructed view of the backyard. A white brick wall, herringbone brick floor and colorful furniture provide an inviting atmosphere for relaxation and a welcoming area for entertaining. Guests and family enjoy the new pool and out-

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After weighing the advantages and disadvantages of moving or remodeling, these homeowners opted for remodeling. The picture-perfect results suggest they made the right choice. The kitchen’s facelift instilled new personality into the outdated space. Existing cabinets were painted a fresh cream color and were then slightly speckled for special effect. A contrasting surface is introduced by the granite countertop and tiled backsplash with a slate border. Hammered nickel hardware and the stainless steel Jenn-Air range and GE French door refrigerator introduce touches of texture and sheen. Additions to the kitchen included a large custom island to provide seating for

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rel ceiling. Its earth-toned décor and mix of draperies and shutters envelop the room with effusive warmth. A children’s loft with a comfy sectional, television, desk and storage for toys lets the little ones enjoy an area that brims with its own fun and colorful style. The owners took advantage of the space under the hall steps to build a wine room. Beadboard and wainscoting in the back hallway indicate that every area of the house received special treatment. SHELBYVILLE RD.

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Radical renovation was exactly what the young couple who bought this home had in mind. They had visited many prospective houses, but the “good bones” of the Cape Cod convinced them that there was too much potential to pass up. Enlisting the expertise of Provident Homes, they realized the company’s vision mirrored their tastes and lifestyle. An easy informality with sumptuous references evolves from room to room. Five inch walnut floors were buffed and lightly distressed and provide rich continuity throughout much of the house. The kitchen’s dazzling design is predicated on functionality. Two columns extending to the ceiling and a bow-front island are painted red with a black glaze, providing a dramatic contrast to white cabinets. Quartzite countertops continue as a backsplash on perimeter cabinets. Metallic tile on the wall above the six-burner Wolf range exhibits a subtle shimmer. The two-tower Sub-Zero

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through redrywalling the ceiling and refurbishing with fashionable lighting. Dimmers were placed on all the lights in the house, providing a quick and easy change of mood. The remodeling extended to the exterior of the home where Kruse Allison repaired the handrail on the deck and installed decorative and security lights.

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significant to the improved space planning. Other amendments to the kitchen include new electrical, a gas line for the stove, and a drop-down undercabinet television. The living room is enriched by a new white oak floor. Other floors in the house were sanded and refinished. Painting most of the walls in the house proved to be a challenge because of the layers of wallpaper that had to be removed before the walls could be skimmed. Rough paneling in the family room received a painted makeover that results in a much more current and inviting space. A paddle ceiling fan in the room does double duty by circulating the air and providing a casual embellishment. The former parquet floor in the entry was substituted with a marble tile floor. Six-panel Masonite doors replaced the original ones throughout the house. Sprucing up the hall was accomplished

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When the owner of this 1970s walk-out ranch met with Kruse Allison to do the design of a more workable kitchen, remodeling plans soon expanded to other areas of the home. The project was initiated by the removal of walls that separated the kitchen from the dining room and family room. A new layout and attention to aesthetics instilled the kitchen with fresh character. Oxfordstyle raised panel cabinets extend to the ceiling, heightening the perception of the room. Interiorlit maple ginger cabinets with a black glaze are accented with antique glass doors. Built-in wine storage, sculpted drawer fronts, and nickel-brushed hardware enhance the design of the cabinetry. The lazy Susan and full extension, soft close drawers add a welcome practicality. Brazilian Black granite countertops pair beautifully with the ceramic textured tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances. A peninsula that coordinates with the cabinets is

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nickel hardware. Stained concrete provides a durable floor for family activity. Major exterior updates include new covered front and rear porches, vinyl siding to provide an accent to existing stone, windows emphasized with trim surrounds, and new shingles on the entire roof. The new curved patio with an area for grilling is located off the recreation room. A shelving system allows the new garage to double as a home business workspace.

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room, and master and hall baths into a totally recreated master suite. The soft blue walls of the bedroom correspond to the ocean-like palette of the bathroom. A window from the vanity area looks into the pebbled floor shower. The pecan finish vanity with granite countertop is paired with a painted mirror and brushed nickel light fixture. A new walk-in closet with built-in storage is brightened by a skylight. On the second floor, a new HVAC system and the replacement of old insulation with Icynene foam insulation reduced allergens and greatly improved comfort, as well as heating and cooling efficiency. A home security system was also added. The former garage was redesigned to include a recreation room, exercise area, a laundry (relocated from the kitchen), a full bathroom and two storage closets. A wet bar has black Arts and Crafts cabinetry with a granite countertop and brushed

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Although the initial focus of this remodel was to provide more space for recreation and entertaining, the completed project added several other amenities. This was accomplished by reconfiguring existing space and adding a two car garage with a 564 sq. ft. second floor above. The closet in the foyer was removed to enlarge the opening into the family room, and the entry’s flooring was replaced with hardwood, giving a glimpse of the home’s new persona. The existing linen closet and hallway was redesigned to provide access to the second floor of the addition. A large playroom, office/bedroom and a full hall bath constitute the upper level addition. The vaulted ceiling playroom was designed with window seats, two closets, and views of the front, side and back yards. A tray ceiling complements the office/bedroom. Peterson combined the existing master bed-

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the island saves space and increases storage. The crystal chandelier over the sink is imaginatively balanced with less dressy pendants that hang above the breakfast bar’s creamy-toned granite countertop. The kitchen features all new appliances, such as a recessed and angled 36” Wolf range, a warming drawer that’s set between the double oven and Advantium, Miele coffee maker, beverage refrigerator, and a pot filler. Cabinets are outfitted with handy peg dividers for plates and bowls, and a pull-out spice rack. The remodel also included the design of a new master bath with a spa-inspired shower complete with body jets, mood lighting and speakers. The existing tub was removed and replaced with a smaller Jacuzzi. Rich maple cabinetry with a cinnamon stain and Chocolate Bordeaux countertop has a double vanity, built-in medicine cabinet and drop-down makeup center.

Installation of oak floors on the home’s first floor and renovation of a half bath that has a streamlined vanity and a touch faucet were included in the project. “My dreams came true more than 150 percent. There’s nothing I would change,” says the delighted homeowner.

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Having thought about remodeling her kitchen for a couple of years, this homeowner paid particular attention to the kitchens on last year’s Tour of Remodeled Homes. She had visited several and was ready to call it a day when she decided to tour Stonehenge Construction’s remodel. Karen McKechnie’s work persuaded her that Stonehenge was the perfect fit for her kitchen remodel. Her mandate to McKechnie was to create a stylish kitchen that wasn’t a cookie cutter design and had “all the bells and whistles.” Her classy new kitchen has soft lines, tons of storage and plentiful glitz. A mocha stain on the maple cabinets shows the beautiful variances in the wood and is set off by an African Ivory countertop, a backsplash that is an entire wall of granite, and three styles of satin stainless hardware. The heavily-striated glaze on the off-white painted island adds yet another characteristic touch. A table that’s incorporated into

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valve system were installed to accommodate the multiple water source shower system. The lower level of the home is ideal for casual entertaining. Handscraped engineered floors are paired with stone-based barn wood columns. Three copper light fixtures hang above and saddle bar stools with tooled leather sit in front of the faux finished bar. It is equipped with a double sink, dishwasher, two warming drawers, ice machine, microwave and wine rack. Three prized paintings of saloon scenes inspired the décor of the poker room that has a harlequin red patterned wall and sculpted rug.

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