Gallery: Lobo Project

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Lobo ProjectThis owner of this house is a part-time resident of North Carolina who also lives and works in Florida. Lance was looking for a mountain retreat and he found it in this great A-Frame. Underneath its dated exterior, he saw what could be a fantastic and modern mountain chalet.

Lobo ProjectThe house hadn’t been updated in years and came complete with some great 70’s features like a full shower enclosure (including the ceiling) in sky blue with sea shell details, and an in-floor hot-tub in the bedroom! Because Lance is not a full-time resident, he’s chosen to have us tackle this project one room at a time.

Lobo Project - bathroomSo far, we’ve renovated the living room and kitchen adding a bamboo floor, new windows, a hearth, cabinets, and much more. The old bathroom has been replaced with the modern one shown here.

Lobo Project - dining roomWe added steel cable railings for the staircase and loft, and refurbished the deck.

Lobo Project - bathroomThe latest phase at Lance’s house was the master suite we remodeled. The space was a wide open room with a round hot tub in the floor, a tiny closet, cheap wood paneling on some walls and faded wallpaper on others. Another feature was the old roof of the A frame which came into the bedroom and still had the shake shingles attached. The most interesting feature was the lack of a door or even a wall between the bedroom and the bathroom. Overall the space had a very 70’s bachelor pad vibe.

Lobo Project - dining roomAfter we finished Lance had a new master suite featuring marble tile and a jetted tub in the bathroom, new windows and doors, a spacious walk-in closet, an art gallery hallway, and more usable floor space. Next on the list for Lance’s A-Frame transformation is updating the family room and adding a water feature to the entrance of the home.

Marble Bath Remodel