Schuler Pierce Project

The first time I walked in to David Schuler and Dennis Pierce’s recently purchased condo in Sarasota, FL about a year ago I wasn’t sure what to expect. I knew that they were looking to remodel and update the entire two bedroom two bathroom residence and not much else. After introductions were made they showed me the improvements they wanted to make. This included opening up the kitchen, living room, and sitting room to create a large open floor plan and enlarging the master suite. But that isn’t what impressed me. They had a slightly contemporary style in mind with pictures of various designs that they liked and even a gorgeous wood floor chosen. Their enthusiasm made me excited for what this project could be. You don’t always get a customer that has inspiration and a good feel for design but they did and it made for a fun project. They were looking for a kitchen and bath designer and contractor who could pull it all together and make it happen for them. Fortunately for us they liked my designs, trusted us as a contractor and ultimately awarded us the job. With every corner of David and Dennis’s house redone and the interior done by David and Dennis themselves, it is finally time for me to share this project with everyone.

Over the next few posts I will go into further detail about the remodel, but for today I just wanted to post the whole project. Enjoy!



























Kitchen, bathrooms, and entertainment center designed by Jeremy Parcels. Interior decorating and colors by owners David Schuler and Dennis Pierce. All photos by Jeremy Parcels.

 

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  • 3/22/2012 9:26 AM Michelle Drenckhahn wrote:
    This is a fantastic project Jeremy! I LOVE the floors & the granite in the kitchen. Also, LOVE the bathroom tile detail in the shower ... among other things. I can't wait to see your next posts as I do have a few questions...but I will wait incase you answer them! Fantastic job!
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  • 3/22/2012 10:05 AM jb at BuildingMoxie wrote:
    don't barely know where to start. Wow J! Is that an induction cooktop I see? And I have to say I love the entertainment unit -- though I am a little slow. What is the stainless steelish thing recessed into the surface? Plus I am with you. Gorgeous floors! What are we looking at here? Maybe I need to come back for subsequent posts. Cheers and rock on J! Skill to Pay the Bills. ~jb
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  • 3/22/2012 11:07 AM Jeremy wrote:
    Thanks Michelle and feel free to ask away even though some of the questions will probably be answered soon. I know you are a K&B nerd like me with lots of ?'s.

    Appreciate it JB! That is an induction cook top. I also designed the entertainment unit making that thing "float" was tricky! The stainless steel in the counter top is a pop up GFI outlet. The floors are made from reclaims oak and they will be the feature of a post.

    There are a lot of nooks and crannies to share and explain here...
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  • 4/12/2012 6:53 AM Eric wrote:
    Killer job! The floors look great...Heck everything looks awesome! See you next week.
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