The Story Behind the Build

Designer: Etch Design Group – Photography: Sophie Epton Photography

In this family home renovation, the kitchen underwent a complete transformation with a full gut. The sink was relocated to the new island, creating a more inviting and social space. Custom white cabinets and polished Statuario quartz countertops were added, perfectly tailored to the homeowner’s kitchenware. Six LED recessed lights and additional outlets improved the lighting.

The laundry room got a makeover with custom-built cabinets and white oak countertops. The entryway was opened up by removing a wall, creating a more welcoming space. European white oak engineered flooring was installed throughout the home.

The office space was redesigned for comfort and productivity. Drywall separated the office from the playground, and custom cabinetry met the homeowner’s needs. Textured wallpaper and a stylish chandelier completed the office transformation. With the help of Etch Design Group and Skelly Build, this home became a delightful and functional space for the whole family to enjoy.

The Kitchen

The kitchen was fully gutted. This included all cabinetry, countertops, and backsplash. The main focus in this kitchen part of the reno was moving the sink location from the wall to the newly installed island.

The new layout included new cabinets painted a beautiful shade of timeless white, on top of those polished Statuario quartz countertops with light veining were installed. These new custom cabinets were customized to the homeowners’ specifications for her kitchenware items.

The Laundry

In the laundry room, all of the current cabinetry and floor tile were demoed out and replaced with new custom-built ones with a drop zone and uppers. The new cabinetry was painted to a timeless white semi-gloss color. New white oak countertops with a 2-inch thickness were laid on top of that. The team at Etch along with the owner chose a wooden oak top because of its natural finish and cost-efficiency.