This Lincolnshire homeowner didn’t want a lot of change in the hall bathroom – just enough to update it and make it shine. Regency Home Remodeling, knowing that sometimes just a little change makes a huge difference, did exactly that and the results were a big hit.
While functional in layout, this Lincolnshire bathroom cried out for a modern makeover. This homeowner was a repeat client and knew that Regency Home Remodeling would deliver exactly what was desired. They knew they could depend on Regency’s promise of a stress-free project with no muss and no fuss.
The owners of this beautiful Lincolnshire home were interested in updating their master bathroom, so they called the experts in home remodeling to get the job done. This large bathroom had so much potential to be expanded and made more convenient.
These residents were ready for a huge update in their Lincolnshire home. The biggest project of them all would be to their kitchen. The current kitchen was closed off from the rest of the first floor making it feel small and cluttered.
Regency gave this home an amazing update. Prior to the renovation, you would find an inefficient U-shaped kitchen. Regency removed the old cabinets and install gorgeous tan colored cabinets throughout the whole kitchen.
The residents of this property were dealing with water damage in their shower due to leaking. The residents were in need of a remodel of their shower on a budget while also making some small changes to the bathroom as a whole. The shower was recently refinished; however, it was done incorrectly and therefore was in need of fixing.
The owners of this lovely home were interested in completely remodeling their master bathroom in order to make the space much more practical, modern, and appealing. Regency removed all tiles from the floor and walls, cabinetry, and fixtures.
This home was in need of a renovation to the master bathroom and closet area of the house. There was an awkward space between the two rooms, which was unnecessary and taking a lot of space that could have been utilized more efficiently. Regency removed two walls separating the closet and bathroom from the space between them, and then created one wall separating the two.