Red Rock East Whole Home Remodel October 29, 2018 By Stacey Ranieri Red Rock East Whole Home RemodelDining Room Fireplace Wall with Wood Panel and Ledger Stone: This large one story home in Red Rock East was dark and compartmentalized. Soffits, pony walls and gold paint throughout made the palatial home feel 1/2 it's size. We began by removing as many popouts, walls, curves and unnecessary niches as possible to make one expansive living space. 3 Dimplex 72" linear electric fireplaces were installed in the dining room, family room and master bedroom. A showstopper, custom cherry wood panels frame the stacked stone fireplace surround in the dining room. At the kitchen the awkward shaped peninsula was removed, the kitchen cabinets were painted white, new London Gray quartz countertops and an oversize island was created for seating and prep space. The master bathroom was completely gutted, the drop in tub was like new and the only item re-installed. White full overlay slab door cabinets, oil rubbed bronze faucets, fixtures and accents, subtle patterned tile and a large master shower replace dark cabinets and formerly walled in shower. Porcelain wood plank tile was installed throughout the house with carpet in the bedrooms and den. The powder room, although small in size, brings a wow factor with subtle gold shimmer wallpaper, chandelier, modern vanity and brushed gold Delta fixtures. The London Gray bar counter was squared off and the homeowner elected not to install a sink at the bar. Door hardware was changed to oil rubbed bronze throughout, George Kovacs ceiling fans and brushed gold and bronze light fixtures complete the transitional space.Master Bedroom Entry AfterWe removed all of the framing and popouts from the master bedroom entry to make the area more modern and streamlined. The pony wall separating the family room and master bedroom entry was also removed. Our custom cabinet maker fabricated base cabinets with mesh screening and floating shelves for media space.View From Dining RoomThe pony wall separating the space was removed, soffits and popouts leaving an open, sleek space for entertaining. Custom espresso stained cherry wood floating shelves and media cabinetry match the fireplace in the dining room. Porcelain wood plank tile from Daltile was installed throughout.Nook Wall AfterWe removed a dark built in media center to allow for a clear wall to hang artwork.Kitchen AfterWe built custom glass door uppers to match the existing kitchen cabinets and painted them all white. The new larger kitchen island offers ample prep space and seating at the back. We left the existing backsplash.View From EntrywayView from the front entryway. Removing the curved wall, soffits, and pony wall opened the space to one large great room. The entire interior of the home was painted with Sherwin Williams Origami White.Cooktop WallDining Room View from Master BedroomBar Area AfterSquared off countertop at the bar area. The mini-fridge stayed but we did not re-install a sink at the bar area. The cabinets were painted white to match the kitchen as well.Master Bathroom NicheMaster Bedroom Fireplace Wall AfterMaster bedroom 72" linear electric Dimplex fireplace with large format 60" x 36" porcelain tile hearth. The goal was to keep grout lines to a minimum and replicate the look of concrete without using concrete material.