After the closet work was complete, Koch was pleasantly surprised by the nice way the moulding terminated at the closet's new doorway.
Master Handymen's crew took its time installing the backsplash and completing other tasks around the condo.
A new glass-tile backsplash brightens the dark finishes in Koch's kitchen.
The backsplash encompasses 29 square feet of Koch's kitchen.
After: The new backsplash does brighten the kitchen.
After: Koch is happy with the way the tile was stairstepped between the cabinets and counter on the far wall.
After: A close-up of the glass tile, which has a greenish-blue tint.
Before: The 7-foot-wide reach-in closet in Koch's master bedroom only had doors that opened 4 feet on the left side, leaving 3 feet of closet on the right she couldn't reach.
Before: When the closet doors were opened, a built-in shelving system took more space away from reachable hanging clothes.
During: The wall was opened up to make the reach-in closet more functional.
After: Koch's cat, Nestle, inspects the widened doorway and new shelving system.
Despite the fact that Christina Koch's home renovation was a small job, the remodeling team took a lot of pride in their work and provided superior customer service.