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“Red House Remodeling does timely, professional, and exceptional work. Exceptional attention to details and communication throughout the entire project!”

West Des Moines

“Love the bathroom. We’re just getting used to it. Our son says, Mom, I love the new bathroom. It’s awesome, just as cool as the one at Cheesecake Factory! So there you have it, an unabashed testimonial.”

Chris & Eric
West Des Moines
Bathroom Remodel

"The project was rather extensive, the timeline long, and we’re glad we chose Red House Remodeling as our contractor, and would do so again in the future for other projects.”

Kitchen Remodel
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A primary suite is a basic necessity for most homeowners these days, and while older homes are often full of charm, they can fall short when it comes to ensuites. This home, a coveted Beaverdale brick, had a spacious second floor bedroom with a half bath. And while a half bath is better than no bath, the homeowner knew a primary bath remodel was the only way to enjoy the convenience of a true primary suite.

Often, we’re challenged to find a solution within an existing footprint and this project was no different. We used space that was home to the existing half bath, a niche and a closet to create the new full bath. The design stayed true to the home’s design with classic colors – white, black and gold – and traditional shapes like subway and hexagonal tile. Ethereal Noctis quartz counters and champagne bronze fixtures add a touch of glam to the bath.

While the primary bath is completely new, the bedroom got its own needed update from the bottom up. Wood floors were patched and refinished, and the design added a spacious walk-in closet and a half wall in place of the railing that separated the bedroom from the stairs. A separate heating and cooling unit for the second floor maintains a comfortable temperature for the space, which was a struggle for the homeowner prior to the remodel.

Throughout the process, the homeowner was committed to a bold ceiling color choice and settled on Sherwin Williams Delft, a ceiling color that adds depth that can’t be achieved with furnishings and accessories. The homeowner is thrilled with the outcome of the primary suite remodel, but the biggest fan is her golden retriever, Jagger, who thinks the transformation is truly rebarkable.

If you want to #loveyourhome as much as Jagger, contact us for a free consulation or attend one of our free Kitchen and Bath Remodeling Seminars. #itsaredhouseremodel

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What remodeling stories will Red House Remodeling tell in 2023? That’s up to you, homeowner. The stories we tell as a design/build remodeler are told through floorplans, elevations, walls that are moved and finish materials. The stories involve cabinet finishes, countertops, hardware, fixtures and paint colors.

Some of our stories are already in progress, in various stages of design and production:

We’ll tell the remodeling story of a family who has outgrown their space, but loves their neighborhood. Their story will start out a mystery. Will they move? Will they be open to more effective uses of their space? Will they choose to enlarge their living space? Spoiler alert: they’re staying and we’re helping them reimagine their existing space so that it functions better for their family.

We’ll share the remodeling story of a homeowner with mobility issues who is fiercely independent and needs an expanded accessible shower that incorporates the aesthetic she’s established throughout her home.

The thing about remodeling is that it’s a product and a service, what people are really buying though, are relationships and stories.

We’ll describe the remodeling story of homeowners who have a terrific home, but want finish upgrades throughout that will make the home THEIR home. From new countertops and tile in the kitchen to a re-imagined fireplace surround and a new shower and built-in storage for the basement bathroom.

We’ll also expand upon remodeling stories that currently exist only in the minds of homeowners. Somewhere someone is finally going to take the first step of a kitchen remodel, after years of just thinking about it. Someone else is just beginning to consider updates to their home. Someone is budgeting for their remodeled primary bath. Regardless of where you are in your home story, we’re here to help.

As an experienced, professional design-build remodeler, we’ve seen a lot, heard a lot, and remodeled a lot. We’ll tell your remodeling story too.

For more information, attend one of our Kitchen and Bath Remodeling Seminars or reach out to schedule a free consultation. With Red House Remodeling, you’ll love your home!

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When it comes to neutral cabinets, we tend towards black, white, grays and tans/browns. But blues and greens can be great neutrals as well. During the remodel of their first floor and lower level, this family definitely had the blues! See how they incorporated naval blue painted cabinetry throughout their home remodel.

This family of five has a great home in an excellent location, but the homeowners were ready for an upgrade that would incorporate the entire first floor and basement. Aside from the obvious finish upgrades, the layout of the home was also edited. The first floor dining room would become a walk-in coffee bar/pantry and a laundry room. The old laundry room and powder room were transformed into every family’s dream: an expansive mudroom between the garage and main living areas. No more jackets, backpacks and shoes here there and everywhere!

Before the remodel, the kitchen and powder bath were fairly typical with white raised-panel cabinetry and basic tile flooring. Like many similar homes, there was a front/back living room and dining room that were being used as a music room and playroom respectively.

Part of a palette that includes white, black and gold as well, this shade of blue is perfectly placed in the center of the kitchen on an oversized island with seating for the whole family. The island is topped with gorgeous Cambria Portrush counters, an elegant creamy white base crisscrossed with bold navy, gray and black veining. Blue is repeated in the remodeled powder bath and on a custom accent wall in the new music room.

Nothing’s better than a blank slate when remodeling, so we weren’t disappointed to find this lower level unfinished.

This basement remodel includes distinct zones for entertaining, play and studying, along with a bedroom and bathroom. The naval cabinetry looks just as great on this lower level where it’s featured in the family room and bathroom.

This remodel wasn’t all about the blues, though. Plenty of white cabinetry was installed throughout the home. In the family room, for example, the existing millwork was painted white. The mudroom and laundry room echo the kitchen’s white perimeter cabinetry and black quartz surfaces. When incorporating any accent color, as a neutral or accent, consistently for a cohesive look. Whether you introduce the color in large doses, like with furniture or cabinetry, or with textiles or accents, consistency is key.

If your house has got you feeling blue, we can help you Love Your Home? We’re always ready to design your custom home remodel. Just contact us today to get started with your very own Red House Remodel.

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