Full service kitchen design and remodeling

Tonto Trail - Transitional, a remodel by Good Guys.

Location: Rio Verde

Style: Transitional

Our Tonto Trail project called us up from the 2000s needing some help. This house had outdated everything. From the cabinets to the light switches, and all the details in between. This home has been with our client’s family for a long time, and now it was time to add a little love to it.

For the kitchen design, our clients wanted to keep the physical layout but changed the cabinets, countertops, backsplash, and fixtures. We removed the pantry cabinet to offer more counter space and to open the view for the kitchen sink. For the perimeter cabinets, they chose a beveled shaker cabinet with warm white paint. To add contrast, they also chose a warm greyish brown stain on poplar wood for the island. To add texture to the kitchen, we went with a dramatic quartz countertop and herringbone patterned subway tile. We completed the kitchen with hardware, a new island chandelier, and LED lighting. This kitchen is now ready to make even more memories and to entertain the entire family.

With the laundry room, we gutted the closet that was a boring blank space with unusable storage. We elevated the washer and dryer by building a step for it and made it built in. We also added cabinets above the washer and dryer and added a mud room bench where the closet used to be. For the finishes, they went with a beautiful sky blue on poplar wood and complimented the cabinetry with decorative tile and white quartz countertops. Now this space feels fun and open.

We tied in the finishes from the laundry room into the powder bathroom, because of their close proximity to each other.

For the guest bathroom, we replaced the cabinets with a darker blue stain on the same poplar wood species to tie in the rest of the house. We re-tiled the guest shower with a grey tile. To add dimension, we placed linear striped mosaic tile for an accent along the plumbing wall. We finished this guest with toe kick lighting, beautiful wall sconces, and the same quartz from the laundry room.

To finish this project, we just replaced the cabinets, countertops, and vanity fixtures for the master. To continue a cohesive look, we kept the same darker blue stain for the master vanity cabinets but changed the vanity wall tile.

For this project, we smoothed out drywall and painted the walls, laid new tile flooring, and switched out the doors with new hardware.

Overall, this whole home project is absolutely stunning, and we are so excited for the family to enjoy it for years to come.

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