This coming Saturday June 16th, 2012 we will be hosting another phenomenal Renovation Tour of an executive whole home Renovation project in the community of Coach Hill.
Join us on Saturday from 10am-4pm to see the results of this phenomenal whole home Renovation.
For a detailed case study overview of this transformation project – read below. We look forward to seeing you this Saturday!
After travelling and living abroad for many years, the Homeowners had a desire to retire in the estate community of Coach Hill and had always considered Calgary their “home base”. Having their chosen profession surrounding international Oil and Gas infrastructure; they did not want to adjust to yet another home and neighborhood; this influenced their decision to Renovate their existing property to accommodate their changing lifestyle needs. Every design choice in this 4,000 total sq. ft. home was crafted to perfectly compliment this Client family.
- Create the illusion of a larger space in the Kitchen & Master Suite.
- Create an open-concept Kitchen.
- Modify the floor plan to include a larger scale Ensuite and Main Floor Office.
- Design spaces that would accommodate the Homeowners personal interests.
- Revitalize the dated oak millwork.
- Incorporate a design style featuring international art and furniture.
How Was The Criteria Met?
- This phenomenal Executive Bungalow, located in the prominent community of Coach Hill, was gutted to the studs to accommodate two newly positioned vaulted ceilings in both the Kitchen and Master Suite, and a complete floor plan makeover on both levels.
- Main floor transformations included removing one Bedroom to allow for a Main Floor Office, facilitating a spectacular open-concept Kitchen connected to the fireside Great Room; and modifying the floor plan to include a stunning Ensuite.
- The lower level features a dedicated Theatre Space, Fitness/Dance Studio, Art Studio, Guest Suite and more to support the Homeowner’s personal interests.
- Using a shading lacquer technique, the dated oak millwork (used extensively throughout the home) was preserved and revitalized.
- A transitional sleek design featuring a neutral colour palette was chosen to compliment the Homeowner’s eclectic collection of art and furniture from around the world.