Gig Harbor Remodel

We don't have a before shot of this kitchen. Instead here is a detailed shot of the coordinating subway tile.  

In this large kitchen we wanted a focal point in the backsplash and came up with this very cool natural stone basket weave tile and border at the stove area.

Again no before shot, so here is the pantry and refridgerator wall with the quartz as its backsplash.

The transformation of this kitchen was a direct result of the attention to detail the homeowner and Altstadt Interiors put into this project.  

Here's the before of the master bath after demo.

Here's the after of the master bath, which we refer to as the "money shot", because of how beautiful it turned out.

Here's a close up the sink, faucet, mirror and backsplash.

This vanity was custom designed and finished to replicate a vanity the client fell in love with in a catalog.

Before shot of the basic laundry room at this house, during demolition.

The client fell in love with this turquiose tile and had to use it somewhere in the house.  We choose to use it in the laundry room, making it more colorful and fun and doing laundry less mundane.

View of the right side of the laundry room.

Another laundry room shot which shows off the turquoise tile backsplash nicely.

Before shot shows a nice standard powder room.

The clients really wanted some extra pizzazz in the powder room. Tiling the whole vanity wall in glass metallic tile, added pizzazz, along with painting the ceiling silver metallic. In addition, the mirrored vanity with hammered silver sink, curvy mirror, and crystal detailed light fixture topped everything off.

Before shot is a picture of one of the three guest bathrooms in the house with the same color scheme.

This was a cosmetic fix only, which made a huge difference in the three additional baths.  All we did was add new wall color, paint the cabinets, add hardware, new light fixture, new faucet, new sink and new countertop.