Find cabinetry design inspiration for your next remodeling project in this photo gallery of rooms featuring Omega cabinets. Each suite boasts a different attitude. Each has its own customized retreat. Enjoy! And, let us know if you have any questions or would like to see this collection up close.
1) PASSAGE: This fine cabinetry is clean and casual with beautiful foot and balance options. Ease into this uncluttered, transitional look that...
How long have you been thinking about a luxurious laundry room with tons of space to fold and hang laundry? How often have you dreamed of a doorway that is free and clear of clutter—replaced by a mudroom that conveniently stores your kids’ jackets, shoes, and backpacks? And, what about that large, 7’x9’ functional island in the middle of your kitchen that gathers friends and family for years to come?
Just getting started (photo taken in...
A MainStreet Design Build Bathroom Remodeling Project: The Rendering of the “His and Hers” Vanity Space
The master bathroom in our clients’ early 20th century Cape Cod, located in the Poppleton Park neighborhood of Birmingham, MI, was calling out for help. In the 1970’s, it had been remodeled with dark brown tile, oak cabinetry and laminate countertops, which had long since gone out of fashion and seriously aged in the 35...
A bathroom renovation by MainStreet Design Build. See more photos in the Bathroom Gallery.
Clients frequently ask this question and we’re excited share this summary on how a bathroom renovation unfolds.
A: There are a variety of ways to update and/or remodel your bathroom. An older bathroom suffering from bad plumbing, cracked tile, mold problems, outdated fixtures and finishes is often suited for a complete overhaul. A newer...
This month, we’re launching a new blog series highlighting “A Day in the Life” of Steve Ramaekers, our President and fearless leader. We’ll share insight on the inner workings of his days and the happenings at MainStreet Design Build. As always, we welcome your questions and comments!
Friday, March 16th
It’s 6:30 a.m. and the alarm rings in our quiet house. Even Izzy (our dog) hasn’t opened her...