It’s rare to be apart of a generational project with such a unique background as this one. Perched atop one of Fayetteville’s coveted hill top neighborhoods, we were invited to take part in a full house remodel for our clients, one of who actually grew up in the house as a child. Having purchased the house 20 years ago from her parents, who built the house in the 70’s, our client had aways vowed to someday renovate and give the house a complete makeover. The long anticipated wait allowed our clients to hone in on exactly how they wanted things changed, altered, or simply updated. Reform Contracting was able to be apart of the design phase to help the client refine their ideas and create a needed uniformity to the house. There was hardly a space untouched in this 3000 square foot residence.
The kitchen was opened up to the existing den by removing a wall and vaulting the ceilings. The space is open yet clearly defined by the new structurally exposed beam we installed, as well as the cabinet peninsula. Along with new custom cabinetry we added a new walk in pantry, and reconfigured the flow of traffic from the garage hallway to allow better access into the kitchen and give more space for the adjacent small hall bathroom. The master bath, and a second guest bath were also completely remodeled with reconfigured space in the master to allow for an air jetted tub, as well as a walk in marble shower. White oak was a theme throughout with a custom vanity, floating shelving, fireplace mantle, and beautiful solid flooring throughout. The master bedroom was desperately deprived of closet space and storage, which was solved with 2 full walls of custom built-ins. New millwork was designed and installed specifically to match the design theme of the remodel. Baseboards, casing, crown molding and doors, add a integral component. Not a single piece of flooring was untouched, not a space on the walls was left unpainted. We were privileged to be able to be apart of this unique story and take great pride in knowing the legacy of this house and family will continue on for years to come.