Feature 4: Bathroom Renovation in Painesville Township, OH

Feature 4: Bathroom Renovation in Painesville Township, OH

Acclaim Renovations & Design brings to you a renovated bathroom tucked away in Painesville Township, OH! These homeowner’s drop their daily burdens and worries at the door and escape to paradise every time they enter their bathroom. It serves as a getaway from life’s craziness. Now lets be honest–who wouldn’t want that???                   We will begin with the entrance into the bathroom. The after picture is on the left with the original on the right. As you can see, just about everything in the bathroom was changed, updated and renovated. The space is more inviting, calming and functional. The most visible change is clearly the floor in this picture. Now it’s a beautiful Slately-Multicolored ceramic tile created using 18″ x 18″ squares. A Light Pewter colored grout was chosen to subtly fill in the gaps. We didn’t want it to take away from the tile colors.                                   Now we will talk about the vanity area. When you enter the bathroom, the vanity is on the right. The client’s desired a longer counter top and more cabinetry to use for additional storage space. They also asked for upgraded lighting and two separate sink/mirror sections. One Man and a Hammer delivered just that! An extended granite counter top was placed in Blanco Romano and finished with detailed standard edges. Two separate white Kohler under-mount sinks were installed and completed with center-set oil-rubbed bronze faucets that the clients supplied. The vanity was constructed using Shiloh’s Knotty Alder style cabinetry. The chosen finish was Walnut with a black glaze...
Feature 3: Kitchen Renovation in Mentor, OH

Feature 3: Kitchen Renovation in Mentor, OH

 This week Acclaim Renovations & Design brings to you a renovated kitchen completed in Mentor, OH! This kitchen was a throw back to the 80′s! The appliances and materials were dated, the fridge next to the dining room entryway caused congestion, and the sheet vinyl flooring looked jaded. In addition, the partitioned wall between the kitchen and dining room (with the stove) prevented ongoing conversation to be had between the cook and guests.              Due to the following changes made during the renovation, the kitchen now portrays a contemporary design: Rich espresso colored Oak cabinetry created a sense of comfort and warmth within the space. River white granite counter tops with sporadically placed dark speckles lightened the room and ties in beautifully with the dark cabinetry. The white china double bowl kitchen sink is any cook or mother’s dream. It is large and deep–perfect for numerous kitchen activities and projects. The bianco avante mosiac tile back splash also helped lighten up the area and added another layer of texture. All appliances were upgraded to stainless steel. Maple fruitwood floors tied the color scheme all together. It also helped create a simultaneous flow from one room to another.       Before the remodel, the dining room was partitioned off of the kitchen by a wall half way across the room, it was painted an exuberated maroon color, and had worn tan carpet. After the remodel, the partition wall was cut down to half of its original size. This opened up the dining room to the kitchen and allowed for conversation to be had between the cook and company. Other changes made were as follows: A new stainless steel exhaust hood...