Carroll and Mell were focused on a bathroom remodel when we met them at a local Memphis Area home show. They had some ideas for a new bath but needed someone like the pros at Quinta to help them flesh out those ideas. The foot print was to stay the same and the cabinets were found to be in great condition.
So, it was determined to remove the existing flooring, counter tops, shower, and bath tub. The versailles pattern of the new tumbled Travertine flooring provided a generous break from the grout patterns found in the new shower. Six inch Travertine tiles were selected to line the shower walls and a beautiful contrasting border was added and carried over behind the new whirlpool fiberglass, corner tub for a backsplash.
Black solid surface countertops with white oval sinks provided the necessary contrasting color to the nuetral tone of the cabinets. Brushed nickel trim was selected for the shower door trim and plumbing fixtures. Visits to the local home improvement stores left Carol wanting a custom designed mirrors to suit her taste, which Brandon was more than happy to fabricate in his shop. That is afterall the way we do business at Quinta; we solve problems.
Pleasantly satisfied with for the new look in the bathroom provided by Quinta Contractors, LLC, this couple decided to move forward with some addtional remodeling. Carroll had long since grown tired of the flooring in the den, kitchen and hallways leading to the bedrooms. She had us remove this flooring as well and carry the same Travertine tile into the master bedroom, kitchen, and hallways. The rich, dark mahogany hardwood flooring we installed in the living room and dining room again, provided the sharp contrast in the nuetral earth tone chosen for the walls. A deep red was selected for the vaulted ceilings furthering the color palette even more.
We dug further into our resources bringing carpentry to the job site, by installing a wainscoating in the eat-in portion of the kitchen. The existing wallbase was removed and then bead board panels were installed with new wall base, quater round, and a base cap to top off the wainscoating. Our highly skilled painters finished off this segment of the job by painting the bead board and new trim in a semi-gloss sheen to match the other existing trim.
The job did not end there; a few more finishing touches were needed. The kitchen cabinets were adorned with new black solid surface counter tops with bits of granite provide a glimmer of silver in the background. A backsplash consisting six inch tile and dark metal deco tiles was laid on a diagonal pattern. The inlay of tile was removed from the fireplace surround and Travertine was also installed.
Carroll and Mell have been some of our strongest advocates by promoting our services to their family and friends. Just one more success story to the long list of clients who find that hiring Quinta Contractors, LLC was one of the best decisions for their home improvement projects. We have strived for more than a decade to bring quality, custom work to our market place and end every project with a satistfied customer.