The Story Behind the Build

Designer: Etch Design Group – Photography: Sophie Epton Photography

We teamed up with Etch Design Group to revitalize this condo, understanding the significant impact living spaces have on emotions and productivity. The kitchen received a complete makeover, with custom-built light grey cabinets and stunning quartz countertops featuring deep gray veining. The island, with a clever four-legged bottom and concealed trash pullout, added elegance and functionality. Pendant lights and concealed under strip lighting enhanced the inviting ambiance. In the bathroom, a full renovation included new fixtures and stylish tiles like the vertical hexagon-patterned wall and ceramic penny-style floor. Custom-built shower doors, sconce lights, and upgraded cabinetry with fresh countertops and backsplash completed the transformation. Together, these changes brought new life to the condo, providing a bright and functional space that fosters well-being and productivity.

The Kitchen

During the demo portion, all of the plumbing was disconnected and the countertops and cabinetry were hauled off. Recessed canned lights were removed in order to accommodate new lighting selected by Etch Design Group.

New custom built cabinets were installed after being sprayed in a light grey. On top of those, quartz with deep gray veining were laid down. These countertops would also be used for the custom-fabricated island, which had a four-legged bottom and featured a trash pullout. Two pendant lights were installed to hang over the island. Etch opted to add under strip lighting outlets that would be hidden under the cabinetry lip.

The Bathroom

The entire bathroom was gutted out! This included demoing out the cabinets and removing all the floor tiles. Two sconce lights were added around the vanity mirror.  In the shower, new shower fixtures were installed, this included a new hand sprayer and a new linear drain. On the shower floor, we installed ceramic, penny style, and tile. The tile surrounding the shower is made of a vertical hexagon pattern. A new custom-built shower door was put in place to finish the shower area. The cabinetry was the last installment, with new countertops and a backsplash.