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This rather dark but spacious family room was crying out for lighter and brighter shelves, cabinets for storage, freshly painted brick, a more sophisticated mantel and additional decorative lighting.

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Bullseye took this antiquated kitchen and brought it into the 21st century by removing unnecessary soffits, wing walls, desk and peninsula giving it better flow and usable space.

                   

This kitchen’s old pantry was replaced by a new paneled refrigerator, a closet that opened into an adjacent hall was removed and became a tall pantry, soffits were removed to allow for taller cabinets and the island was enlarged to allow for additional seating.

                    

Custom natural cherry cabinets and Rustic Green counter tops dramatically improve this kitchen’s aesthetics.  We relocated the refrigerator along the oven wall making room for a longer run of  glass wall cabinetry.  We enlarged and flipped the island and loaded it up with soft close drawers to create more function and style.

                    

Soffits were removed to increase the height of the cabinetry and a custom banquette and table provide cozy seating at the window.  The banquette’s hinged seats provide additional storage space.

                   

An awkward penisula was removed which immediately opened up this kitchen.  Warm shaker style cabinetry, wavy glass back splash, under cabinet lighting and leathered granite counter tops were installed along with a 6′ tall spice pull out and custom wine cubbies creating beautiful and functional space.

        

This farm house kitchen was spacious but not necessarily functional.  Paneled Sub Zero refrigerator/freezer, warm knotty cherry inset shaker style cabinetry with pull outs, bread drawer, spice pull outs and other features were installed to make this working farm house kitchen fully functional as well as gorgeous.

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In this kitchen a load barring wall was removed and replaced with an LVL header so that the dining room and kitchen could be combined into one great open room.

         

This dated kitchen was freshened up with beautiful new cabinetry, paint and new lighting.  The soffits were removed for taller wall cabinets and the dishwasher and refrigerator were paneled to create a built-in look.

           

Existing pantry closet, soffits and wallpaper were removed in this kitchen renovation.  Frosty White hard maple inset shaker style cabinetry replace darker slab overlay cabinets, Super White quartzite replaced dated Corian.

         

This kitchen was crying for a remodel.  The cherry cabinetry was brought up to the ceiling with decorative crown.  The popcorn ceiling was smoothed out, florescent light removed.  New tile floor, full backsplash and stainless appliances complete the space.

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Bullseye took this underutilized kitchen and maximized it for the client by extending the kitchen area, adding an island with seating and by removing two closets to creating a more efficient pantry.

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Bullseye took this dated master bath and transformed it into a modern spa. Carrara Marble tile in 12×12, 3×6 and arabesque were used to compliment the Shaker maple cabinetry finished in Cadet Grey topped Zodiaq Calacatta Natura countertop.

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This family desperately needed more storage space in the master bath but didn’t want to demo the entire space and start new.  Our solution was to add a custom matched bank of drawers to fill an unused make up niche, add three countertop cabinets with additional drawers, shelving and interior electrical outlets.  To complete the space we added crown, new wall sconces , new decorative hardware, and framed the mirrors.

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When designing this small DC kitchen maximizing space was key. The kitchen features two tip-on toe-kick drawers, sink tilt-out, lazy Susan, blind corner cabinet and vertical wood dividers in the cabinet above the refrigerator. The base cabinetry at the right of the room is only 18” deep which allowed for the dishwasher to be next to the sink and at the same time provided desperately needed countertop space. The cabinetry appears to continue to the ceiling. However, this wood soffit contains HVAC duct and pipes from the space above. On the right of the kitchen there were none of these impediments so this area was left open for additional storage space.

                           

The original design had the range and microwave at the center of the kitchen with a wall wrapped around it.  The wall was removed and the range and microwave properly placed in the kitchen, which opened up the entire space.

                        

These client’s were unhappy with their entry closet.  We provided new mudroom cabinetry featuring a large interior pull-out bin, open and closed shelving, interior hanging rods, exterior hooks, open shoe storage with drawer and seat above.

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