These Red Bank, NJ homeowners, Mike and Ann Marie, were planning a major interior renovation. The project included a new kitchen with the wall to the dining room being removed. This required structural reframing for the ceiling which involved adding a 24′ steel girder. The door to the garage was closed up and the door to the laundry hall was relocated. A new kitchen window was installed further from the corner to make a better kitchen layout. And a new, expanded main bathroom utilizing the dining room closet space. To the right is a picture of the completed kitchen.
The third portion of the project was a complete re-design of the laundry room and storage area behind the garage and adjacent to the kitchen. A separate 3-fixture bathroom was created in the existing laundry room space. A new laundry room was built across containing a stackable washer-dryer and re-purposing a utility cabinet they had previously purchased for the old kitchen. The mud room was expanded and tiled. The storage closet was redone and now has a whole-house tankless water heater.
This Monmouth County New Jersey project features include a Coretec vinyl, engineered plank flooring, stone and tile back splashes, hidden back splash outlets, under cabinet lighting, pocket doors, dine at island, serving hutch cabinetry, tiled bathrooms with grab bars and furniture vanities, and crown molding throughout.
The project was designed, developed and sold by Design Build Planners. The craftsmanship was from Mark of Excellence Remodeling. Cabinetry was from Direct Cabinet Sales of Red Bank. Tile was from Best Tile of Keyport. Plumbing fixtures were from General Plumbing Supply in Edison. Under cabinet lighting was were Warshauer Electric in Tinton Falls. Light fixtures were from Lawrence, Mayer, Wilson Interiors of Brielle. mike’s sister, Mary-Jo was instrumental in many of the final selections. Professional photos from Saad Gerges of Horus Photography.
The homeowners style preferences were for a traditional look and finish. They drew their inspiration from remodeling projects featured on Houzz.com. The design options are a result of homeowners online research combined with an in-home consultation with Design Build Planners. There is also a proprietary profile checklist that homeowners fill out that depicts their lifestyle and room usage. After compiling this information, Design Build Planners incorporates their construction knowledge and design creativity for the space with a focus on the budget and overall investment. Three of their Houzz pictures are below.
Below are a couple of before photos of the existing space. Also below are the final computer designs created by Jason Parsons, a Certified Kitchen and Bath Remodeler.
Further, you can see some of the pictures that were taken as the job progressed. And of course, the after photos.
The project design and development was by the Design Build Planners.
Mike was more than happy to leave us a video testimonial about his kitchen, laundry, and bathroom remodel.
“THE BEST MONEY I’VE EVER SPENT ON A REMODELING PROJECT!”