I love to do "old school" hand drawn renderings of what the final project will look like, not only for my own assessment of the final plan and elevation details, but mostly for the client to familiarize themselves with what they should expect to see as a final completed project. This is a great way to iron out any details that the client may want to change, which are not always caught by them on the elevation drawings. The style was contemporary and clean in design, with small hints of feminine glamour.
|Final kitchen rendering|
|"Before" kitchen. Gut rehab required.|
|The beginning of Erin's work in the living room, showing the wall on the left that would come down as part of the renovation effort.|
|The dropped ceilings go in and the studs are laid in place while the electrical and services are put in place.|
|The new "bones" of the kitchen can now be seen as all of the walls got a fresh coat of skim plaster.|
|And the cabinets arrive. Everything was kept pretty light in color (white painted cabinets and Carrera tops) and the appliances were all in stainless steel to keep the fresh contemporary aesthetic working well.|