A couple came to Feinmann looking to make improvements to their Back Bay condominium, including renovating the master bath and kitchen. Additional projects include built-in shelving and cabinetry in the living room and master bedroom.
With their family expanding, the couple decided to make the master bathroom and kitchen renovations their priority. The rendering of the master bathroom evolved as the process moved along. The flooring ended up being a lighter tile rather than a dark one.
To satisfy the homeowners request for a double sink vanity in the master bathroom, we found a wall-hung vanity in walnut by Madeli. A Robern mirrored medicine cabinet with lighting works perfectly above the double sink vanity. Across from the vanity, a new tub/shower with a hinged, curved glass door features Regent subway tile in White Gloss. The floor and wall of the master bath is Madera White tile (8″ x 31″). New white gloss cabinetry from Siteline hangs above the toilet in an alcove.
One other project included built-in shelving and added cabinetry for storage in existing niches in the living room. The cabinets by Showplace have a raised panel door style called Pendleton and they are painted Oyster with a satin finish. A mini bar is set up on one side while a flat screen TV occupies the other side, along with books and treasured items.
Phase two of the project is now underway which includes renovating the kitchen, recladding the exterior envelope of the condo and rebuilding a deck above with a door that leads to the master bedroom. With permission from the Back Bay commission, we were able to replace two windows to bring more light into the space. Although the sink is in a similar location in the kitchen, all of the other appliances and cabinetry has been reconfigured. White gloss cabinets from Composit will be used for the upper shelves while a darker walnut will be used below. A new porcelain tile floor will be used. Another feature of the new kitchen is a stackable washer and dryer set into a cabinet so the doors can be closed when not in use.
Stay tuned for the final reveal of the finished project!