Atlanta kitchen and bath makeovers

Atlanta kitchen and bath makeovers

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Kitchens and baths are the most popular rooms to remodel, not only because
a renovated room can add value to your home, but also because these rooms are often where you spend much of your time, whether you’re getting ready to start your day or cooking your family a delicious meal at night. If you’d like to upgrade your fixtures and appliances or redo your cabinets and floors, these Atlanta area kitchen and bath remodels just might provide the incentive you need to get started on your own project.







Project completed by: Designs by BSB

Location: Hoschton
Approximate cost: $45,000-$50,000
Photos courtesy of

The simple design that Becky Sue Becker, of Designs by BSB, brought to this bathroom is exactly what the clients wanted – an elegant, natural space with a minimalist feel. Before the remodel, the bathroom was bland and predictable, and the layout wasn’t balanced or practical. To make the space more efficient, the designer lowered the ceiling from 20 feet to 10 feet, not only creating balance, but also increasing energy efficiency. A window that faces the street was updated with frosted, custom-made interior shutters with UV-coating that provide natural light while maintaining privacy.

One of the main features of the new bath is the zero-entry, two-person shower, which includes a rain showerhead, body sprays and a handheld shower. The large travertine tiles match the natural colors used for the vanity and walls, and the curved wall mirrors the look of the home’s exterior. The finished bathroom combines simple design with practicality and function to create the perfect nature-inspired space.


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Project completed by: MOSAIC Group [Architects and Remodelers]

Location: Atlanta
Approximate cost: $90,000
Photos courtesy of MOSAIC Group & 
Gregg Willett Photography

MOSAIC Group [Architects and Remodelers], along with designer Stephanie Ives, had a great time working with the easygoing owners of this Atlanta home to bring a new look to their master bedroom and bathroom. The clients were ready for an update, especially to the finishes and fixtures in the room. Now, the built-in tub is a thing of the past, replaced with an elegant, free-standing Empire tub. The nickel wall sconces and showerhead are bright and modern, and the large Medici limestone tiles used for the floors, shower walls and shower bench are designed to be beautiful and easy to clean.

The main goals of the project were to make the bathroom more practical and to add storage space. Plenty of built-in towel bars and custom-made cabinetry fit the bill. The mirrored front design of the cabinets and the free-standing tub help make the bathroom feel more spacious, and the overall result is a space that is efficient not only for getting ready in the mornings, but also for relaxing in the tub at the end of a long day.


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Project completed by: Griffith Construction & Design, Inc.

Location: Ansley Park
Approximate cost: $125,000
Photos courtesy of
Griffith Construction & Design, Inc.

Griffith Construction & Design tackled this kitchen makeover as part of a larger remodeling project that also included renovating five baths, and in the end, they achieved their goal of creating harmony throughout the home, especially in the design of the kitchen. The clients wanted a unique, memorable look, complete with modern, high-end finishes and appliances. The clients and the builders had a great time shopping for the materials and creating the transformation together.

The new appliances, including a Wolf convection oven, a convection microwave, a gas cooktop and a warming oven, make entertaining in the newly remodeled space a breeze, and the island, covered with brushed Austral Coffee granite, provides a place for everything from prep to visiting with the cook. The main highlight of the room – and the clients’ favorite part – is the cabinetry. The striking rustic cherry cabinets with a walnut-burl inset by Karpaty bring an elegant richness to the room, while a fun backsplash and pendant lights help tie the space together.


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Project completed by: At Your Service Restoration & Renovation

Location: Ball Ground
Approximate cost: $25,000

Photos courtesy of Joe Coulson Photography

When this homeowner’s small, outdated kitchen was no longer getting the job done, At Your Service Restoration & Renovation helped her create a space that was just right for her needs. As a cake maker, the client needed a wide, open workspace and an island with room for additional prep. Going into the project, the client wasn’t sure that everything she wanted would fit into the space, but after moving windows, doors, lighting and the existing range vent, the designers were able to incorporate everything into a beautiful, sleek design.

Diversified Cabinet Distributors provided the elegant, dark cabinetry that is offset by the light hardwood floors, brand-new stainless-steel appliances and mosaic tile backsplash. The pendant lights were handmade by the client’s husband, and the large farmhouse sink makes cleanup easy. And the most unique part of the project? The designers painted one wall with magnetic paint so the client can hang up her recipes.


Hold your mouse over the first image to see the kitchen before it was remodeled




Project completed by: SawHorse Inc.

Location: Morningside
Approximate cost: $85,000

Photos courtesy of
Gregg Willett Photography

For homeowners who love to entertain, it’s important to create a kitchen that not only has plenty of workspace, but also gets guests talking. SawHorse Inc. worked with Insidesign to create this kitchen, which accomplishes both. From the outset, the homeowners’ main goal was more space and a more open floor plan with natural light. A large glass door to the patio provides the light while also making the kitchen appear larger.

The Crystal cabinets are a soft-gray color that combines beautifully with the hardwood floors and the light Caesarstone countertops. New stainless-steel appliances and an intricate, mosaic-tiled backsplash complete the look. The large center island has plenty of space for cooking and storage, right down to the custom-made shelves for stowing away cookbooks. Three pendant lights, along with canned lighting and under-cabinet lighting, provide the finishing touch, giving the homeowners the ultimate entertaining space they had dreamed of.

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