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This transformation is really incredible! Tim Welsh, Designer
An in-law suite complete with a full kitchen, bathroom, laundry, family room and bedroom.
Our clients were more than ready to remodel their outdated bathroom. They wanted a stylish and practical master bathroom that had a luxurious feel. A barrier free shower showcases the beauty of the tile work in the oversized shower without the distraction of framing. The separate vanities also allow for increased functionality and space.
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Starcom Design/Build provides complete interior remodeling services from kitchen remodeling to bathroom remodeling and everything in between. Starcom Design/Build also provides services for additions to homes, new home construction, and garage renovations in Ellicott City and nearby areas. Our remodeling professionals are equipped to handle any residential remodeling job with excellent quality and customer service.
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Our client’s home in Ellicott City was built in the 1980s. The guest bathroom had not been updated since the house was built. The homeowners enjoy hosting guests, so having an updated bathroom is a priority. It featured outdated oak cabinets, a cream colored bath/shower insert, and cultured marble countertops. Because the homeowners stated that the bathtub was not being used, it was taken out and replaced by a spa-like shower. Removing the bathtub provided enough space to add a granite shower seat. The shower was waterproofed using Schluter-Kerdi Board to reduce the risk of mold and mildew. Schluter-Kerdi Board is an innovative waterproof membrane that is placed directly beneath the tile. The shower head, drawer knobs, and sink faucet were updated to a brushed nickel. The cultured marble countertops were updated to Lennon granite with an undermount sink. To brighten the space, the old cabinets were replaced with light grey, soft-close cabinets. Bathroom tiles that look like wood were put in on the floor. Using faux-wood tiles bring a natural, cozy element into the bathroom without the risk of warping due to moisture.
Finding the time to update your home can be tricky with a busy career and five children to raise. Our clients over in Ellicott City came to us looking to create an oasis where they could come to unwind from a hectic day but also catered to their fast paced lives. Their current bathroom was outdated and neglected, not the kind of a place a busy couple could go for rejuvenation.
A custom shower was built for the couple replacing the small shower and sunken whirlpool tub. A neo-angle, oversized shower gives ample room for bathing. The Florida tiled shower is offset with two knee walls, recessed niches, decorative tile, dual shower heads, and a double hung window with obscured glass. Combining beauty and comfort for this couples master bathroom.
Palette rectangle under-mount sinks surrounded by Quartz countertops were installed for the two separate vanities. Wolf Designer Sullivan cabinetry with soft-close drawers give ample storage space. The cabinets, painted white with black glaze finish, contrast the deep "Ravens purple" walls.
The outcome, a modern and contemporary bathroom infused with practical design elements to fit this couple on the go. Creating a stylish paradise where they can escape at the end of the day was exactly what they needed, and they are thrilled with the results.
This large home was purchased with the intention of bringing an entire family together again. After living in Florida for a number of years our clients returned back to their roots in Maryland. They purchased a home large enough to accommodate their grown kids and their grandchildren too!
Settled on almost four acres of land, this massive property needed an added in-law suite to lodge overnight guests, including their kids and grandkids. Our designers and builders came up with a beautiful design plan for a new addition onto this home. Topped with Certain Teed Shingles, trimmed with dental molding, this brick and Hardie Plank addition blends seamlessly with the existing exterior of the home. BF Rich windows and sliders allowed ample natural light to flow into the space. An Azek composite deck with stairs offers easy access to the backyard, which is complete with a pool.
The open kitchen and family room truly became the heart of this home. In the kitchen, gorgeous Norcraft Copenhagen Maple cabinetry, stylish granite countertops, and Belleavinita tile backsplash are stunning design features. In the family room two niches (each 30” wide) were custom built onto either side of the gas fireplace. These are the perfect place to display pictures and important mementos. The built ins add charm and distinction, and are a neat alternative to the traditional fireplace mantle. Armstrong laminate flooring, in white wash walnut, unifies the two rooms.
The master bathroom and powder room both have Norcraft vanities, topped with granite counter and under-mounted sinks. In the master bath American Olean tile and a strip of Marazzi Crystal Stone were used. The niche, grab bar, and corner seat, inside the shower, are practical as well as stylish. Moen and Kohler products were used throughout the bathroom designs.
This new in-law suite was the perfect addition for this family to finally reunite under the same roof. There is also no longer a concern about storage because there have been so many incorporated into the design. There's even a separate entrance in the front of the house, to the side of the front door! From the walk-in bedroom closet, cabinetry, attic, and basement, there is so much space that the homeowners have to used.
In the end, everything came together beautifully! From our exemplary construction to our attention to detail, the addition was finished with amazing results. We stayed within budget, and significantly increased the value of the property. We were tight on our timeline because of the winter weather conditions causing a few delays along the way. Our team was also communicating with the homeowners who were still living five states away at the time of the construction. But by the time they arrived in Maryland, their home was move-in ready and they didn’t have to lift a finger to do anything except enjoy their new home.
They are thrilled to be back home and close to their family once again!
Back in 2006, we remodeled a bathroom for this customer. They yearned for a large, open kitchen and great room. Our Design included knocking out two walls to open the area up between the existing rooms. By doing this, it also enabled us to install a dry bar against an existing wall that backs up to the kitchen. We extended the granite countertops into the great room from the kitchen and this blends the two rooms.
We removed a backdoor and installed a Pella designer patio slider to open up the rooms .
One wall in the old kitchen was wasted space , our designer decided that by installing a desk area, cabinets and floor to ceiling bookcase, he would solve that problem.
To add a focal point between the two rooms, we installed a narrow, tiled wall.