Adventures in remodeling
A collection of photos highlighting the 2017 Miami Valley NARI CotY awards
This remodeled master bath features artistic-inspired vessel sink bowls and a gorgeous wood vanity that resembles a piece of furniture.
A unique triangular window—cut out of the stacked stone backsplash—adds interest to this kitchen remodel.
The remodeling company who worked on this kitchen used a white stacked stone for the backsplash, carrying it up all three walls.
This kitchen island features English Sycamore cabinetry with a wavy grain and is topped by a quartzite countertop with waterfall edges.
This kitchen addition led to an extra 200 square feet of space, offering the perfect location for the dining table.
This home addition—a first-floor master suite—was carefully constructed to match the home's original Tudor style.
The tin panels that were placed on the ceiling during this lower level remodel draw the eye upwards.
This lower level remodel features a custom bookcase that doubles as a secret door that provides full access to the furnace and other mechanicals for this home.
The goal of this basement remodel was to bring a little taste of Napa Valley to Dayton by transforming the unfinished space into an entertaining area complete with elegant wine storage.