The homeowners purchased this Richmond home brand new in the mid 80s and raised their children in this house. Now that their children have grown up and moved out of the house, they finally had the time and energy to focus on getting some renovations done. Since they purchased the home, they had not done any renovations.
The homeowners requested almost a complete makeover of the home which included repainting all the rooms, new trim and baseboards throughout the house and new shelving and bifold doors for the closets.
The bathroom was given a complete face lift. The old tub was taken out and replaced with a standing shower to create more room, the floor was re-tiled and tile was added to the bathroom walls.
As for the flooring, much of the house had a brown-orange carpet. The carpet was taken out and replaced with brand new wood laminate flooring. On the second floor, about 1000 square feet of wood laminate flooring was installed.
The stairs, which were also covered in the brown-orange carpet, were also redone with laminate wood.
The homeowner was so happy to get her favourite color (purple) in all the bedrooms.
Downstairs was also renovated which including removing the existing carpet and tiling
All in all, it took Top To Bottom Construction approximately two weeks to complete the renovation from start to finish.
More project photos below:
- complete home interior renovation
- repainted rooms
- carpet removed and replaced with new laminate wood
- first floor flooring converted to tile
- closet shelving redone
- all bedroom doors replaced
- new baseboards and trim throughout
- old carpeted staircase changed to laminate wood
- bathroom renovated; tub converted to shower, tiled floor, tiled wall