Case Study - Private Residence 1

Local homeowners retained an architect to redesign their closed off kitchen and outdated bathroom. Built in 1929 with renovations over the years, the homeowners were ready for an updated look they could call their own and engaged D.T. Mistick & Co. for the renovations.

Renovations included mechanical, electrical, and plumbing upgrades such as new radiators, updated outlets, switches, and new appliances and fixtures. Special attention was given to all carpentry work throughout the two spaces. New trim was installed and stained to match the existing trim, window frames were stripped and stained, and the exterior door was refinished to match.

New ceilings were installed to incorporate updated recessed lighting, plaster walls were patched, and new paint drastically updated the spaces. D.T. Mistick & Co. installed new tile as selected by the homeowner. Tile work included a new mosaic backsplash in the kitchen, subway tile in the shower, and a new floor in the bathroom. Hardwood floors in the kitchen and nook were stripped of their outdated “pickle” finish, sanded, and stained to match the other floors in the house.

New cabinets, countertops, and appliances completed the space, creating a new modern kitchen in an old historic home.


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