It’s September and the hustle and bustle for the holidays is fast approaching. Enjoy your 2015 holidays with new decor. “Bland is not an option,” says Caron Lopez, owner of Grand Windows & Interiors. Caron’s goal for your home is “Gorgeous, yet uniquely and comfortably yours!”
David and Robyn’s transformation has begun! They searched for the team who would listen to a wish, and then go beyond that wish with striking, innovative ideas, and put it into action. Robyn explains, “We had seen advertisements for Grand Windows & Interiors in several UpClose publications. After perusing Grandwindows.com, we contacted them for guidance regarding some changes we were wanting to undertake in our home.” With a smile, Robyn adds, “After twenty years it’s time for an update of colors, style, etc. The team at Grand Windows & Interiors are competent, caring professionals with the highest degree of integrity and honesty. Caron and Joni have directed the process and remained budget conscious in every decision. Taking our ideas into consideration, they tweaked the concepts and listened to our preferences, allowing the end product to become uniquely our vision. The Lopez family business has made the redecorating process fun and enjoyable. They became our friends! With all sincerity, we recommend Grand Windows & Interiors to assist you in your redecorating project.”
Only BEFORE and TRANSFORMING remodel photos are shown above. The GRAND REVEAL of the whole home will be in the next issue of UpClose and on grandwindows.com. Grand Windows & Interiors wants you to know that your project, big or small, starts from a wish and, with their help, it can take form quickly like this one. Kitchen—top cabinets now painted white, and widened to 15” for larger plates, plus cabinets now go to the ceiling with glass, accent lighting and under counter lighting. The big fluorescent light box that hung from the ceiling is gone, now giving a feel of uplifting ceilings. Stylish pendants lights now steal the show. New hues of soft blue enhance the French feel of the kitchen and living area. Baths—now stately and innovative with Silestone cabinet tops and Porcelanosa wall tile, emulating marble without the upkeep. Caron designed the “French trumeau mirror.” A waterproof shutter will go in the arched shower window. Behind bi-fold doors in the hall to the dining area, was the washroom—now it’s a new butler’s pantry, which just thrills Robyn! The washer/dryer are now stacked where the old bathroom shower was and the unused garden tub area became a large luxury shower. The contractor and craftsmen Caron selected for the whole-house remodel worked efficiently and respected her expertise…and she respects theirs. GRAND REVEAL coming soon!
Grand Windows & Interiors
1405 Avenue I, Rosenberg, TX 77471
Monday-Friday 9-3:30 or anytime by appointment