Travis St., Uptown Dallas – Whole Condo Remodel

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BEFORE                                                                                                                                                  AFTER

We transformed this 1980’s condo from a standard ‘builder’s grade’ finish out to a modern contemporary style. The kitchen was enlarged by removing the partition wall and breakfast bar. New solid wood high quality white cabinets were installed, also creating a large island with counter height breakfast bar.

This full view shows off the gorgeous “Raven Quartz” counters and gray porcelain backsplashes. All new stainless steel professional appliances were installed. We added under cabinet Xenon lighting on a dimmer, together with stunning pendant lights, also on dimmer, for a great ambience. Note the fabulous new handscraped hickory hardwoods which replaced the existing beige carpet.

The existing safety wall at the top of the stairs was removed, and we installed a clear plate glass panel with stainless steel bannisters for a very contemporary look.

The master bathroom shower was slightly enlarged, and rebuilt with a new custom concrete base. We installed 12″x24″ rectified gray porcelain tiles with white mosaic glass accents. A stunning bodyshower system was added, and finally we installed a new 3/8″ frameless glass enclosure. WOW !!!

Here is one of the master vanities – we resprayed the cabinets white semigloss and added stainless pulls. New black granite counters were added, with porcelain vessel sinks and brushed nickel single handle faucets. New porcelain floor tile, halogen lighting and a new European style toilet complete this modern master bathroom.

The entryway was updated by removing the old gray granite tile and replacing with jet black 12″x24″ rectified porcelain.

The guest bathroom was also updated, with a similar style to the master bathroom. We added a frameless glass bypass shower door over the new tub.

You can see here the dramatic difference on the stairway – we replaced the carpet with matching handscraped hickory hardwoods. You can also see the new stainless steel bannister rails.

This view of the kitchen is from the same angle !! It shows how we removed the wall and stove, and installed a large island. Note the stunning long stainless steel cabinet pulls on the deep drawers.

Again, this is the same camera angle … before and after !! Quite a difference, we think you’ll agree !! Many thanks.