Thompson took our thoughts and turned it into something creative that was tangible. I think Ben said it best, “Trust me on the result. Judge me on the result. The process is important, but in the end, the result is what matters.” And, he was clearly right. At the end of the project, the result exceeded our expectations.
Bertrand Basement Remodel
After remodeling their previous home just 6 months earlier, circumstances required the family to move. One day upon returning to their new home, they found their basement flooded! Heres how Thompson helped them through.
We moved here from the Detroit area. Basically, since the year 2000, I have wanted to renovate the kitchen. I think just based on going through the website and discussions with Ben, that's how we made the decision to go with Thompson.
The objective of this home renovation was to make better connections between the family's main living spaces. The focus was on opening the kitchen and creating a combo mudroom/laundry room located off the garage.
A two-toned design features classic white upper cabinets and espresso lowers. Thin mosaic tile is positioned vertically rather than horizontally for a unique and modern touch. Floating shelves highlight a corner nook and provide an area to display special dishware. A peninsula wraps around into the connected dining area.
The new laundry/mudroom combo has four lockers with cubby storage above and below. The laundry area includes a sink and countertop for easy sorting and folding.