This downtown Salt Lake City four-plex unit was in need of a fresh look that would be durable but also attractive to potential tenants. We renovated two of the units.
Under the carpet was a beautiful hardwood floor that just needed a little TLC in the first apartment. The floors were stripped, sanded, repaired and re-stained.
Striving to be as budget conscience as possible, the tub and tile in the surround were saved and incorporated it into the new bathroom design. A new vanity, toilet and tile floors finished off the space.
The unit got a brand new kitchen and every effort was made to maximize the small space. All new appliances, cabinetry, flooring and countertops went in.
More work was put into the second unit. The wood floor wasn't salvageable so a new wood floor was put in. The wall separating the living room and kitchen was removed to make way for a large peninsula in the kitchen. The result was an open floor plan that made the small 500 sq/ft apartment feel much bigger.