Century homes span the suburbs of Cleveland Ohio’s near east side and many physicians live in the area to service the world renowned healthcare institutions and medical schools situated in University Circle.
Our client, both physicians with demanding schedules, wanted to open up their kitchen and dining room floor plan since this is the most popular gathering place in their home. Beginning in late August, we kicked of the architectural design phase along with holding rigorous client meetings to make decisions on materials and finished to ensure we met our Thanksgiving deadline. Once the design was complete, we efficiently ordered materials and began our build phase in early October.
From the start of the project, natural tones and wood accents were a priority for the remodeled space that would keep with the style of the home built in 1929. The custom glass arabesque tile back-splash is a focal point of the space and is a unique compliment to the granite countertop. Honey spiced stained maple cabinets, stainless steel fixtures and hardwood oak floors were a must to round out the project. A bonus outcome of the project for the homeowner was they were able to take advantage of a recently passed city abatement law for homeowners that have modernized their living space in these older homes.