Take Pride Construction and Design collaborated with Concrete Zen on a whole house renovation in the Shadyside area of Pittsburgh.   The area shown above was previously an enclosed green house, but transformed to fit the client’s needs of a recreation area for reading and gaming, as well as an open transitional area between kitchen, living, and dining rooms.  Take Pride tore out walls and replaced them with knee walls to expose the 24′ ceilings in the living room area.  Concrete Zen created custom finishes on a variety of surfaces for the renovation, including countertops and floors extending from the recreation area into the kitchen.  The floor is a concrete overlay with custom staining by Nicole Santella, and countertops are a concrete “custom color blend” by Concrete Zen.  In addition, the cabinetry was fabricated at the Concrete Zen workshop and the glass table was by Emerald Art. Click here to see photos of the renovation.

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