Unexpected Upgrades

The remodel of this 1970s home began with simply replacing carpet with hardwood floors, and ended with a full renovation of the kitchen and master bath, along with small updates throughout the rest of the home. Jason Ball Interiors focused on walnut cabinetry to inform the design of both the kitchen and master bathroom. Focusing on the natural grain of this warm-toned wood, the kitchen’s contemporary style is pulled together with PentalQuartz countertops in St Laurent. Elegant custom backsplash tile and textured glass upper cabinet doors finish the look.

Walnut cabinetry anchors the master bathroom as well, where it is counterbalanced with lighter toned flooring and walls for a clean contemporary feel. PentalQuartz in Cotton White tops a floating vanity, and continues into the shower in the form of a floating bench. A custom etched glass door separates the water closet from the rest of the bathroom, while industrial hardware completes the space.

Beautifully photographed by John Valls.

PQ- St Laurent & Cotton White - credit to Jason Ball Interiors & John Valls Photography (3)

PQ- St Laurent & Cotton White - credit to Jason Ball Interiors & John Valls Photography (1)
PQ- St Laurent & Cotton White - credit to Jason Ball Interiors & John Valls Photography (4)