The Bernsteen Project is a single family home remodel done by McDonald Remodeling.
A home theater with adjacent bar area is the focus of this basement’s remodeling project. It also includes a private exercise studio and a bathroom that features a steam shower. Custom cabinetry houses speakers and electronic equipment, while the TV screen retracts when not in use. The customized maple bar features a chiseled rock face-edge granite […]
This cold, unfinished basement was transformed into the go to spot to hang out. Now wide-open spaces give way to game areas, a wet bar and the entertainment center. A craft room, home office and bathroom were also added. Finishes include curved walls, civil war-era barn wood ceilings, stone walls, and granite counter tops.
This ’70s home has been in the family since they originally built it. Its journey lives on with many new and exciting changes. Highlights include a new mudroom addition, a kitchen expansion, bathroom remodel, coffee bar and other main-floor touches that honors the home’s origins. The changes made easily serve the daily activities and entertaining […]
This Mac-Groveland neighborhood bath remodel maximizes openness to give this vintage bathroom remodel a spacious feel while fitting into the character of the rest of the home. The use of a diffused window in the shower allows natural light in all day long. The hex tile floor and brass fixtures and hardware really add to […]
A Restored Beauty — We visited this 1906 Uptown home with the owners before they purchased it. The home had all the telltale signs of a DIY (do-it-yourself) owner, but the basic structure was sound. With that, we found hope. New floor plans were developed to greatly improve livability. Beautiful wood floors, enameled millwork, walnut […]