Kitchen, Basement, and Bathroom Designs for a Middlesex County Remodel

Computer Aided Design for a Basement Remodel (8)The Middlesex County, New Jersey homeowners wanted to redesign their kitchen, basement, and bathroom. They hired Design Build Planners to create their designs. Showcased in the rest of the article is what is known as "Plan 3" or the "WOW Package". Here is the overview of the kitchen remodeling design scope: Kitchen:
  • Move the entry to the dining room to allow for larger cooktop (36”)
  • Add tall cabinet with oven and microwave/convection oven combination
  • Relocate refrigerator
  • Close existing window and install a larger unit to the left of existing unit
  • Relocate sink under new window
  • Relocate dishwasher to the right side of the sink
  • Remove pantry and install desk area and storage (increased pantry, reduced desk from plan 1)
  • Match upgraded casing for all windows/doors (exposed side) through all tile area
  • 5.25 “ colonial base
  • Narrow depth island with seating for three (single tier)
  • Corner cabinet (flat) and 24” appliance garage
  • Stacked wall cabinetry with glass upper units.  Cabinets above sink
  • Unfit design—painted island, stained cherry perimeter
  • 30” tile (diagonal installation) on floor through the foyer and powder room
  • Mosaic back splash with feature frame
  • Quartz counter tops
  • Upgraded lighting
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  • Remove tub deck and install a custom shower with a level entry system
  • Bench in shower and wall niche
  • Rain head fixture and handheld fixture
  • Glass surround for shower
  • Rebuild vanity area (extending left side) with custom mirror surround (remove make-up area)
  • Demo shower wall and ceiling, reframe for water closet.  Relocate toilet as needed
  • Install shallow storage cabinet in water closet
  • Tile in shower on floor, on walls to the ceiling, and on the ceiling
  • 4’ tile on non-wet walls and around tub with glass feature strip
  • Tile mirror frames
  • 12x24” brick pattern tile on the floor
  • Tile casing around window
  • Heated towel bar
DSCF0354   DSCF0361   Computer Aided Design for a Bathroom Remodel in NJ (1) Computer Aided Design for a Bathroom Remodel in NJ (2)   Computer Aided Design for a Bathroom Remodel in NJ (3)   Computer Aided Design for a Bathroom Remodel in NJ (4) Finally, here is an overview of the basement remodel: Basement
  • Wet bar side wall opposite stairs (Melamine finish)
  • TV on front wall, open shelves for components (optional built in surround speakers depicted)
  • Full walls separate front (adults) and back (kids) and barn style sliding glass doors
  • Powder room behind stairs
  • Closet storage before utility room
  • Snack bar in front alcove
  • Engineered wood floor in the front, carpet in the rear
  • Wallpaper feature wall at TV area
  • Drywall ceiling
  • Fish tank built in under stairs (porthole view, custom tank required)
  • Semi-custom built in storage with seating in kid’s area
  • Beadboard and crown molding in kids area, crown in adult area
  • Lighting per plan
DSCF0334   DSCF0338   DSCF0339 Computer Aided Design for a Basement Remodel (1)   Computer Aided Design for a Basement Remodel (2)   Computer Aided Design for a Basement Remodel (3) Computer Aided Design for a Basement Remodel (4)   Computer Aided Design for a Basement Remodel (5)   Computer Aided Design for a Basement Remodel (6) Computer Aided Design for a Basement Remodel (7)   Computer Aided Design for a Basement Remodel (8)   Computer Aided Design for a Basement Remodel (9) Back to Gallery The homeowners style preferences were for a modern finish. They drew their inspiration from kitchen 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. The final computer designs  were created by Jason Parsons, a Certified Kitchen and Bath Remodeler.
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