This home recently underwent an addition which resulted in a complete revamp of the back of the home and entire second floor. The result was a much larger kitchen which is the “piece de resistance” of this newly renovated home. The waterfall Caesarstone Statuario Maximus countertops are the first thing you notice when you enter the kitchen. The backsplash in a glazed porcelain tile also adds some beauty and contrast to the white cabinetry and picks up the gray veining in the counter tops. The glass and polished chrome pendant lights over the island add that little bit of classic elegance to the room. And finally the contemporary counter stools with wood backs break up the white and add some warmth to the room. The dark wood floors serve as a wonderful contrast as well. On the second floor, my clients wanted a large ensuite bathroom with an elegant but classic look. We chose various sizes of porcelain tiles with a Calacatta marble look, as well as a herringbone patterned stunning glossy tile for behind the tub as an accent wall. The high gloss gray cabinetry shines brightly as do the light fixtures which add a little bit of “bling” to this elegant bathroom. It was fun choosing a spectacular wallpaper that highlights the new high angled ceilings in the master bedroom. A new glass staircase with open wood treads makes the home feel more open and is the first thing you notice when you walk in. What a stunning transformation this home underwent! The classic design will not date itself and the finishes are consistent throughout. Classic elegance are 2 names that come to mind when describing this newly renovated, beautifully finished home.