The scope for this project was to fully remodel the existing 1328 SF residence built in 1931, and expand with a 1085 SF addition. Due to the historic classification the windows of the existing building were untouched, but some glass had to be replaced with original wavy glass.
Memory Builders had the opportunity to complete this fun and colorful addition and partial remodel in River Oaks, that consisted of adding a guest bedroom with full bath and parlor to the back of the house. We were able to achieve vibrant spaces full of energy with the use of paint, fabric, and mixing patterns in a sophisticated way.
This West University remodel consisted of revamping the kitchen and living spaces by opening up the kitchen to the living area, closing off the stair case opening to the living area, and making cosmetic changes to the cabinetry. The footprint of the kitchen and adjacent breakfast nook remained the same but brightened up with new white quartz countertops, updated cabinet doors, and decorative chrome light fixtures.
The studio space features French doors that open to the covered outdoor kitchen, painted concrete floors, and a full bathroom with granite countertops. The U-shaped outdoor kitchen has a brick façade with granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances.
The u-shape space is anchored by dual 8-foot islands, adding a vibrant blue color to the mostly white color palette. The central island serves as counter space for food prep, and the butcher-block stands out from the rest of the quartz countertops.
Remodels can have a huge impact on a space and this project was no exception. The L shaped kitchen was designed to open up the space and create open sight lines. Features include a farmhouse sink, two-toned kitchen cabinets, marble countertops, and upgraded stainless-steel appliances.
This 4680 SF home was a full remodel that flooded during Hurricane Harvey. The Kitchen cabinet layout was redesigned and upgrades were made throughout. Features include pre-engineered white oak hardwoods, natural stone countertops, and stainless-steel appliances.
The 2000 SF home built in the 1940’s was remodeled so that the kitchen, living, and dining room were more of an open floor plan and all rooms benefited from the tremendous amount of natural light. The garage was also divided into a studio space for the client/interior designer. Features include original hardwood floors, farmhouse sink, white quartz countertops, and stainless-steel appliances.
The 2500 SF home is a full remodel that flooded during Hurricane Harvey with a Master Bedroom/Bath and Game Room addition. The exterior front elevation received an update with a new semi-circle driveway.
The scope of this project was a kitchen, living room, and back porch addition. Three large windows in the living room and single window in the adjacent kitchen fill the space with natural light. This, along with the layers of artificial light, highlight the beautiful finishes. Features include reclaimed hardwood floors, farmhouse sink, two-toned kitchen cabinets, white marble countertops, and stainless-steel appliances.