Renovations Group, Inc.

Design Build Firm - Elm Grove, WI

Average rating

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4.58

4.6

based on 80 online reviews

Average rating

info

4.58

4.6

based on 80 online reviews
based on 80 ratings

Project Gallery

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Project

Date

Description

Cost

Home

Travis Lane Kitchen

Sep 2014

This non-traditional black cabinetry is a show stopper in the kitchen. The dark color draws you in and entices you take a closer look. Notice the large farmhouse sink, the arch detail on the wall cabinets, and the rare, industrial bar stools. The counter-top ties the cabinetry and floor tile together nicely.

Franklin, WI

Travis Lane Master Bathroom

Sep 2014

This master bathroom was screaming for a makeover. Before the remodel, the bathroom floor was completely carpeted. The homeowners shared a sink and were desperate for a double vanity and a large shower to replace their unused tub. With a little effort we were able to create a master bathroom that was in sync with their style and more functional for their everyday lives. Rustic charm was captured with the use of vinyl wood flooring, cherry cabinetry, oil-rubbed bronze fixtures, sunset paint colors and a vintage, wooden, double mirror frame. Two recessed niches provide ample storage in the new tiled shower.

Franklin, WI

Kurtis Drive Kitchen

Sep 2014

This Craftsman style kitchen displays warm earth tones between the cabinetry and various stone details. Richly stained quartersawn red oak cabinetry in a shaker door style feature simple mullion details and dark metal hardware. Slate back-splash tiles, granite counter-tops, and a marble sink complement each other as stunning natural elements. Mixed metals bridge the gap between the historical Craftsman style and current trends, creating a timeless look.

Elm Grove, WI

Hadley Street Addition

Aug 2014

We removed a small addition that lacked the cohesive styling desired. It also did not give the growing family adequate space to relax and entertain. We replaced it will a much larger addition that matched both the interior and exterior of the house. We then had space to add a much larger, and more open, family room and kitchen to meet the needs of the family. We added garage space for lawn tractor, pool supplies and misc garage items. The new garage space also allowed for the relocation of the garage entry door into home. We converted the existing kitchen into a laundry/mudroom which now includes a significant amount of space for front loading washer/dryer with adjacent sink and cabinetry above; three open lockers with basket storage above and shoe/boot storage below; and an integrated in-wall ironing board that was carefully removed from the original home and designed into the new laundry room space as a purposeful carryover of the homes history and positive memories for the mom. We also remodeled first floor bath into a beautifully updated space that is large enough to comfortably accommodate the familys bath and pool needs. The toilet and sink remained in the original location to keep costs as low as possible, yet still provided for a complete revival of the room. One custom cabinet and countertop complimented the functionality, warmth and overall appearance resulting in another first floor showpiece.

Milwaukee, WI

Overlook Lane Kitchen

Aug 2014

This 1960s home still had the original kitchen with dated, dark vinyl coated particle board cabinets that were literally falling apart. Our challenge was to update the look of the kitchen by installing new cabinetry and counter tops without dramatically changing the footprint of the kitchen based on five passageways that needed to remain. In addition to not changing the kitchen footprint, we also needed to design a solution that didn't affect the existing flooring and island that had recently been updated. Roll-out shelves were used throughout the kitchen to maximize access to cabinet contents. A custom toe kick drawer was constructed to house the homeowners kitchen step stool. Lighting, both in the ceiling and below the wall cabinets were added to provide much needed task and ambient lighting. A tall pantry cabinet was used next to the oven to maximize storage. Staggered wall cabinets are accentuated by the vaulted ceiling resulting in an open spacious looking kitchen. The tile backsplash adds an additional level of aesthetic warmth and helps tie the cabinetry, counter tops and flooring together.

Waukesha, WI

Montana Ave Kitchen

Jul 2014

Despite this kitchens small footprint, we still attained a luxurious look through careful consideration of material selections. Stainless steel appliances give appreciation to the extravagant style. Cambria quartz counter-tops dance nicely off the Cherry cabinetry with Clove stain, while Travertine subway tiles and Tantrum crackle accent tiles complement the overall richness of the room. A dividing wall was removed for an improved traffic flow and a dry-bar was contrived adjacent the kitchen for uninterrupted entertaining.

West Allis, WI

Cramer Street Bathroom Remodel

May 2014

Many years of neglect and temporary fixes from previous homeowners left little to be desired in our clients master bathroom. With out of square walls and holes in the plaster due to a leak at the sink, it was a priority to have it be nearly completely gutted and returned to a former glory as soon as possible. Out-corners were used to soften the edges around the room and especially in the shower. The homeowner had once previously sliced their arm against the sharp edges of the exposed tiles. A large niche on the back wall is perfect for large shampoo bottles, while the smaller toe step niche is great for shaving. A single shower head was all that was desired for our client even though space could have accepted more. Large French-style shower doors allowed for easy control access and entry in to the shower. Plumbing was redone at the drain to the shower down the basement to allow for better flow. An under-utilized recessed cabinet near the commode was removed and a recessed medicine cabinet was installed near the vanity. The doorway to a second bedroom was maintained for future homeowners use. A train car shelf was installed to it for added charm.

Whitefish Bay, WI

Dunwoody Drive Kitchen 2

Apr 2014

The owners of this charming ranch home desired an updated kitchen that fit into the existing space and blended with the rest of the home. The original eat-in kitchen, while spacious, lacked the character found in the rest of the home. Rich woods and earth tones filled the cozy rooms, leaving an outdated and uninspired kitchen. Supple Cherry tones of the new cabinetry and alluring hues in the one-of-a-kind granite countertops wrap the renovated kitchen in warmth, inviting guests to take a seat at the grand island. Turned posts and arched trim details throughout the kitchen draw your eyes around this now timeless space.

Elm Grove, WI

Lakeside Drive Kitchen

Mar 2014

Since the day her husband carried her over the threshold, our homeowner had dreamt about one day redoing her beyond outdated kitchen. Vinyl flooring had been used for a backsplash, dingy carpeting covered the floor, the sheen on the laminate had completely worn off and mismatched cabinetry filled the room. It was time to make her dream kitchen a reality. We increased the kitchens functionality by adding counter-top space to the right of the stove. The raised snack bar is perfect for day to day meals and the lowered counter-top was a must for this petite baker. Small but efficient can sum up this kitchen. Every cabinet has a story to tell and a place to store it. A new lighting plan including recessed, under-cabinet, and accent lights reflect the clients sense of style. The dingy, brick patterned carpet was removed, making way for new hardwood floors toothed in from the dining room. An airy palette gained some weight with the use of larger details; the over-sized hood, beefy turned posts, prominent apron front sink and a grouping of tall cabinets on the refrigerator wall. Glass cabinet fronts, shiny beveled subway tile, and granite counter-tops allow light to dance around the space.

Greendale, WI