Our Timberline Ridge project was a remodel for a young family who wanted to update their home in the beautiful Rollingwood neighborhood. The home’s Spanish architecture had outdated finishes making the home feel heavy and dark and the family wanted a lighter and more open living space that they could both entertain in and enjoy day to day. Our goal was to brighten up the spaces with lighter finishes and classic elements that would work with the original architecture of the home but also be more functional for their daily needs. The end result feeling timeless and effortless.

Rollingwood Kitchen Remodel Sink Detail

Design by BANDD/DESIGN    Photography by Molly Culver Photography

Create More Space + Maximize Storage

We extended the cabinets in the Kitchen by six feet, capturing an unused space separating the Kitchen and Living Room while also maximizing their storage. This added space for a hidden appliance garage, built in coffee station and wine and beverage fridge. Perfect for any and all entertaining! The new cabinets are painted a light gray, going to the ceiling making the room feel taller.

The Taj Mahal quartzite countertops and backsplash, bring in a natural texture but add a lux feel to the space. Decorative metal and glass cabinets were installed to sit on the countertops on either side of the range. They create a beautiful display of the client’s favorite cookbooks and cooking utensils, while additionally giving the room a layered and vintage feel. The plaster vent hood cover also feels right at home while remaining in style with the home’s architecture.

Rollingwood Kitchen Remodel

Design by BANDD/DESIGN    Photography by Molly Culver Photography

Additional Seating

Since we did not change the flooring in the room, we kept the island the same size. We added a free-standing banquette for casual dining that the family could enjoy but also allowed easy access to the island storage. It fits perfectly under the island overhang giving it a “built in” feel. And finally, a modern table and chairs were added to the room to add contrast to the more traditional feeling Kitchen.

Timberline Ridge Rollingwood Kitchen Remodel

Design by BANDD/DESIGN Photography by Molly Culver

Powder Room Refresh

We also remodeled their Powder Room, which is actually a full bath as it is down the hall from their Guest Room and daughter’s playroom. The trick was it needed to function as a full bathroom, but have the decorative touches for guests to enjoy. Neutral Zelige tile and white oak stained millwork with tambour details make this room feel special and layered but still staying with the classic design in the rest of the home.

Timberline Ridge Bath Remodel

Design by BANDD/DESIGN Photography by Molly Culver

Remodeling your home never comes without a few surprises, but with creative design and thoughtful planning we made the most of the current space. Now, this family can enjoy their beautiful new Kitchen and Powder Room in this gorgeous neighborhood that they love!

Principal Designer: Sara Malek Barney       Lead Designer: Meghan Kardow