Been a busy start to 2013. Have bathroom pictures to be posted soon and have just started a new deck project. Bring on the longer days!
PREP with landscape fabric underneath
Footings protected with a special insulated tarp
The front entrance is often the first thing people see when they look at your house, and often gets the most traffic. These clients went with a modern look and Trex deck boards
Recently, I have been working on some interior renovations for a fleet of tugboats. Not a lot of work needed to be done on each one, just new countertops, stoves and some mouldings done, but very cool nonetheless!
Posted: March 21, 2012 by Tyrrell in Bathrooms, Flooring, Kitchens, Moulding, Renovations
A client needed a major reno to make his rental suite liveable again. The bachelor he envisioned was functional, somewhat stylish that worked with his busy lifestyle.
Posted: March 21, 2012 by Tyrrell in Bathrooms, Finishing, Renovations
Like the glass tiles but not the price? Just add a strip of them, as a border to give your bathroom a stylish makeover, without the added cost.
Adding trim to your tile border gives it that finished look and is an affordable way of making your reno feel more luxurious.
Posted: March 21, 2012 by Tyrrell in Bathrooms, Finishing, Moulding
Sometimes all you need is some classic finishing work to make your room really stand out.
One of the coolest ideas I have seen and done is the blackboard wall for kids to draw and write on. This reno took a twist on the blackboard wall by making it part of the wainscotting. This combines function with style, as the sleek black look is a unique take on the classic white wainscotting.