In 2013 and 2014 we completed an interior remodel with a large deck and patio. We remodeled multiple rooms with mahogany window and door jambs framed in chrome trim that is flush to the wall surface without the use of face trim. We built a mahogany floor to ceiling cabinet built-in with a hidden door and grain-matched alcove. We remodeled the bathroom, vaulted the ceiling, added a transom window and a pocket door that slides behind the shower, marble walls that appear to float with a recessed polished brass bottom, heated tiled floors with barrier-free zero-step shower and almost invisible tiled line drain, heated towel bars, and flush mahogany door and window trim. The deck was built of mahogany and featured a stainless steel cable railing. The large patio was edged with a long flush curving concrete wall that was installed with an inset large moss stone at the side of the footbridge.
In 2017 we remodeled the downstairs bathroom with matching flush mahogany window and door jambs framed with chrome, marble walls that appear to float with a recessed polished brass bottom, mahogany bump-outs and a floor to ceiling mirror with a floating vanity mounted on it.