A lot of progress at the Northbrook Remodel. The half-inch limestone floor was installed in the kitchen and laundry room. Still to be grouted. The cabinetry in the laundry room and the secondary bathroom were installed. There is also a lot of trim up including crown, window, and door trim. The photo below shows the new kitchen. The sliding door was a small window above the sink and the large bank of windows were 2 smaller windows. The island will be located where you see the plumbing in the center of the photo. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE.
- MPINK DESIGN CHICAGO, IL
- Josh Pincus and Claudia Mendelson created MPink Design LLC. in 2006. MPink Design offers a full range of design services, including: Residential and boutique commercial building design, interior design and decorating, exterior and interior planning, kitchen and bathroom design, basement design, full home renovations and additions, custom furniture design, new custom residences and space planning for home, office and retail. MPink Design can help you create the space you were dreaming of or the one you never thought was possible. At MPink Design, we believe that design should be approached with new and innovative ideas. We focus on solutions that maximize the potential use of your space and combine these solutions with a critical attention to detail and materials while also providing service that is efficient in time and cost.
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This project shows how you can take an ordinary, "vanilla box" and really turn it into something warm and well designed by carefully planning spaces and materials. This project has included new custom furniture, adding tile and additional storage to a kitchen, new rugs, lighting, and a custom desk. The kitchen backsplash is a thin glass tile.
Over the past few months we've been working at the Palmolive building on Michigan Avenue. The project has included a new tile backsplash, new kitchen countertops, new furniture, lamp selections, space/furniture planning and custom window coverings. This photo shows a custom walnut coffee table in progress at the shop. The final finish will be darker than the raw walnut shown. We'll follow up soon with more pics of the space.