This Riverwoods family knew they could trust Regency Home Remodeling with their basement remodel – after all, Regency had already renovated three of the home’s bathrooms, all to the family’s total delight! So when they wanted to change their unused basement kitchen into the perfect playroom, they went right to Regency, knowing the job would be done right
Sometimes it takes a major change to make a master bedroom remodel work. This Chicago homeowner needed just that, and Regency Home Remodeling sent in their experienced team to create a spacious retreat from what had been a plain, boxy room.
When it comes to multipurpose, this Lincolnshire mudroom update really raises the bar, providing a powder room, coffee bar with full-size sink, and spectacular dog retreat, all set conveniently off the kitchen. Regency Home Remodeling was able to create this enchanting space to complement the kitchen while providing upscale extras that are functional as well as beautiful.
The laundry room is often the most forgotten room in the home, and this Lincolnshire mud room really needed some organization and updating. Regency Home Remodelers turned this oft-used and abused room into a beautiful, organized laundry area, as well as a bright, happy transitioningarea for family members coming in from outdoors.
Too often the laundry is the forgotten room, and this Evanston laundry room was in desperate need of a makeover. A hodgepodge of open shelves, half-open ceilings, utility boxes and messy storage, it need the expert touch Regency Home Remodeling could provide.
This kid-friendly basement is every family’s dream! Regency Home Remodeling made a significant amount of changes to bring this entertainment space to life. Before the remodel, the basement was completely unfinished and now it is the perfect place for entertainment and gatherings.
The basement of this large and beautiful home was not finished and the homeowners were ready to complete their basement, which would include a bathroom, a large seating area, and installation of a refrigerator and cabinetry. The homeowners wanted to increase the practicality of their large basement and convert it into a space that could be utilized more often and more effectively.
he residents of this beautiful home were interested in building a bathroom in their attic, which was a finished area with a bedroom. There was no preexisting space for a bathroom to be installed, so Regency began by building the walls required to have a bathroom and installing any necessary plumbing and electrical necessary for a toilet, shower, sink, lights, and more.