Pewaukee Transitional First Floor Remodel
- Project Year: 2019
- Location: Pewaukee
- Updates Included: Kitchen, Dining Room, Sunroom, Hallway Office Nook, Living Room & Fireplace
- Features: White Shaker Cabinetry, Quartz Counters, Tile Backsplash, Stacked Stone Fireplace Surround & Hardwood Flooring
- Estimated Cost: $160,000+
A Pewaukee family, living in the Hawksnest neighborhood, contacted us about updating their home. They wanted to refresh and update their outdated first floor. While they loved space, it was stuck in the 1990s. Their remodeling wish list included: the kitchen, dining room, breakfast sunroom, great room, fireplace and hallway.
Kowalske Kitchen & Bath‘s team worked closely with the homeowners to design and build their vision of a beautiful home. The entire space is full of natural light pouring in through the two-story wall of windows in the great room. The goal of the project was to keep the space open and bright.
Beautiful features of the kitchen include: white shaker cabinets, quartz counters, pendant lighting and a mosaic backsplash. We designed this kitchen with entertaining in mind, which includes a wrap-around island and an adjacent wet bar. The warmth of the hardwood floors and coffered ceiling tie the entire space together.
In the hallway, we added a family office area with desk space, cabinetry, electrical and lighting to replace an extra coat closet. We updated the breakfast sunroom and refaced the fireplace with stacked stone. We eliminated several of the arched walkways and updated the trim.
“The entire team were very professional throughout the process. They certainly have an eye towards quality in everything they do and are committed to make it right to meet their high standards and those of even a self admittedly demanding customer. We are very pleased with the finished results. [The] entire construction team [is] among the best we have ever worked with. Thanks for the improvements that your team brought to our home.” – Roger, Google & Houzz Review
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