White Lacquer Shaker

We went from a 1960s knotty pine, to a more reasonable white lacquer shaker (10200 style) with a laminate counter and a timeless subway backsplash.

Chocolate Pear Update

Instead of starting from scratch, we used the existing vanity, refaced it with a contemporary slab door (in Chocolate Pear), new hardware, new counter, taps, and vessel sink.

Brushed Aluminum Update

Not every bathroom needs to be a full strip down and rebuild. In this case, the vanity was refaced with a brushed aluminum slab door, new counter, and a vessel sink installed.

Fossil Gray

A galley kitchen in a condominium. They went from a standard white to a slab fossil grey door with brushed nickle handles. Also upgraded the counters. While it's a laminate, it has a decorative edge and a superior finish - laminates have come a long way.

Shower Surround

The customer wanted to update their builder's original bathroom (tub surround, vinyl floor) into something more modern. The claustrophobic surround was removed and a more open tub and tile surround was installed. The vanity was kept but with new hardware and new top,...

Custom Shower

Many newer homes have unfinished basements. The plumbing has been roughed in so you know that someone anticipated a basement bath but now you need to go ahead and complete it. This project on Maidstone will turn an empty space into a luxurious 3-piece bathroom. Custom...

Bathroom Facelift

If the layout is working, there are ways to upgrade your bathroom without ripping everything out. Check out the Project Scrapbook for more pictures of this renovation.

Update 4-Piece

You don't always have to break everything! In this 4-piece update, some of the old components (that didn't look dated) were re-used.

2-piece to 3-piece

Turning a small 2-piece into a 3-piece featuring a walk in shower with custom shower pan. Check out the Project Scrapbook for more pictures of this renovation.

Retro Bathroom

Sometimes old is just that…old. Yet the customer wanted to keep the character of the century home. Check out the Project Scrapbook for more pictures of this renovation.


This bathroom is 100 years old. Yes, 100. The pipes were 40 years past end of life, the walls were 3 inches of masonry atop metal lathe. The home is a double brick home – no studs. This was a messy, messy tear out. Tons (literally) of plaster, masonry, and building...

Kitchen Refacing

Sometimes, your space is good--you just want to update. Little mess, cheaper, and faster. Cabinets refaced and new counter tops and fixtures.

Refacing – Making a Statement

Sometimes there is absolutely nothing wrong with your kitchen - but after 25 years it's time for a new look. Here they went from slab cream-coloured doors to a dark walnut shaker-style cabinet.

Custom Ensuite

The 40-year-old bathroom needed an update. Not only was it dated, but a failure to properly install the shower 40 years ago caused lots of water damage that needed to be dealt with.

Bloomfield Update

There was nothing wrong structurally or mechanically with this bathroom. But as you can see from the pink-and-black tiles, it was time for an update. At the same time, we improved accessibility by removing the knee wall, moving the vanity, installing a non-slip floor,...

Anderson – Chocolate Pear

The original honey oak (popular in the 1980s) replaced with a 5-piece Prestige line door in Chocolate Oak. Some additional changes: converting bottom doors to pot-and-pan drawers, farm-apron sink, custom vent hood.

Archer – Kitchen Refacing

Replace the original doors and hardware with something fresh. At the same time, we upgraded a few components and created a new kitchen. Cascade White with the 10000 style door.

Ridout Bathroom

The homeowners desperately needed to update their bathroom in Old South. The layout was terrible, and the entire room was made with plywood rather than plaster or drywall. Several attempts at renovations had been attempted over the past decades, none fixing the...

Ferndale – Refacing

If your cabinets are dated but in good shape (and you like your kitchen layout) then you might want to consider refacing. About 30% of the cost and without the mess and disruption of a full renovation.

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