This Chicago townhouse’s kitchen, attic room and bathroom were remodeled and new flooring was installed. The fireplace was restored to its original glory.
Built in 1891, the South Loop property was originally a dental clinic but has since been converted into a residential home. The renovation includes adding more windows to let natural light flow through, as well as installing skylights that flood each space with sunlight. You will also notice beautiful wood plank flooring throughout the entire residence, giving it a rustic feel that is both elegant and cozy at once.
The original kitchen was fully renovated. The enclosing wall between the kitchen and living room was removed to create an open floor plan. Installed new stained oak flooring throughout the first floor. Installed new kitchen cabinets. Installed new countertops. Added vented hood and recessed lighting and undercabinet lighting. Installed glass and metal tile backsplash.
Complete gut rehab of the existing bathroom. All prior tile, furniture, and fixtures were removed. Installed new one-piece dual sink vanity. Created a wet room lined with glass tile and an open shower and a deluxe soaking tub. Porcelain tile floor.
New fireplace and hardwood flooring. New HVAC system for the house. House was fully painted throughout. New windows and doors on the first floor. TV cables were run throughout.