We are turning a bedroom that backs onto the master bathroom into their dream ensuite.
Angela and Brian’s kitchen is due for an update. We’re taking down a wall, removing much of the flooring throughout the main level and updating all kitchen components. Angela and Brian worked with designer Nicole Duguay of Solace Interiors to make design choices.
CTV was looking to speak to a renovator…
I’m more comfortable behind the tools than in front of the camera, but thanks to Annie Bergeron Oliver for making it easy to chat with her.
You can see the TV story that aired here.
A few weeks later….
Pamela and Toby’s quartz counter has been put in by the installers. We were back to tile the backsplash and the kitchen is done!
We first met Rob and Sarah while renovating their bathroom in 2015. They asked us back to renovate their basement.
Rob and Sarah’s basement day 1: File this under shocking things we see. That I-beam is holding up the house. Not the best spot to cut an opening for a door.
Day 5: Framing almost finished. Dricore done. Electrical done (Salter Electrical). Plumbers are coming on Monday (Penta Plumbing) and spray foam insulation crew (O’Reilly Brothers) is coming on Tuesday.
Day 10: Turning that awkward support post into an area for symmetrical built-in shelves.
Oh YUM. Thanks Rob and Sarah!
Day 19: tiled the bathroom shower with 12″ x 24″ Pasha Collection tiles from Home Depot.
Day 20: Drop ceiling the clients purchased from Costco.
Day 22: hidden electrical panel and shoe storage.
Day 23: The basement is finished!
Day 1: Bathroom before demolition:
Day 6: The plumbing is done, tub is installed, and the tiles are going up today. Traffic Master “mushroom” tile from Home Depot.
Picking up: Picking up the bathroom Ikea Godmorgon vanity, sink and faucets.
HELLO ICE CREAM!
Day 11: Bathroom is done!
Best toothbrush holder EVER.
Finished shower. Shower head and controllers from Hudson Reed.
Yesssss THIS Star Wars shower curtain.
So thoughtful! A thank you card and Tim Hortons gift certificate.