Kitchens & Baths

Wicomico Restoration LLC

Custom Remodeling & Home Repairs. Kitchens, Baths, Bayrooms, Decks & more!





Kitchen and Bathroom remodeling jobs can be the most rewarding projects you do in your house. So whether you need a compete makover - or just a little updating - we would be happy to help you transform these rooms into your dream rooms.

Please take a few moments to look over the following work that we have completed - perhaps you'll get some interesting ideas for something that you'd like to do!
The kitchen in this home was completely remodeled by Wicomico Restoration. New Maple cabinets in a Vanilla Bean finish with Mocha glaze were installed. Granite countertops and an under-counter stainless sink were also installed.

Under the sink is a a reverse osmoses water filtration system which provides pure drinking water, and also supplies the icemaker in the refrigerator.
Moving around to the next wall, an appliance cabinet was installed, and trimmed on-site to fit the oven and convection microwave.

To the right of the oven is a full height storage closet. The larger lower section holds an electric broom and other cleaning tools, while the upper cabinet holds additional kitchen supplies.

Note the Ogee molding applied to the upper and lower edges of the cabinets - in addition to being an elegant detail, it's also there to hide the task & accent lighting.

To the left of the oven cabinet is a traditional 4 burner gas cook top. Oversize pot storage is provided by the two large drawers below the cook top. What appears to be a top drawer is actually an accent panel installed to match the other drawers.

In addition to installing all the cabinets, we also installed the Subway tile travertine marble backsplash, along with the metal accent tile.
Cook top ventilation is provided by a stainless steel vent hood located above the cook top. We positioned the remote fan up in the attic & well above the kitchen, so as to provide a very quiet working environment - even when it's set to high speed.

And finally we work our way around to the kitchen island and eating area. Two 12" deep storage cabinets were installed on the kitchen side of the island, providing plenty of bonus storage space. A wine cabinet was also installed on the end of the island.

On the other side of the island, there is plenty of legroom for 3 people to sit comfortably.

This is the perfect spot to have an informal meal, or to just relax & visit while their host prepares dinner.

Bathrooms are always difficult to capture in a photo, but we'll try to give you a flavor of a few different projects so that you can get some ideas of your own.

This small Master Bedroom bath was completely remodeled. To maximize space in the room, a narrow sink cabinet with overhanging porcelain sink was selected. The furniture look of a cabinet with legs also makes the room look larger, as it exposes the Jerusalem Gold marble floor tiles from wall to wall.

This bath shared a common wall with another bathroom, so the wall between them was extra deep. So as not to waste an inch of space, we constructed a small storage nook in the wall (the door of which is seen just to the right of the toilet) to store 6 rolls of toilet paper.

In the reflection in the mirror you can see the shower stall that we completed. The shower was completely lined with matching marble tile, but in a smaller 4" pattern.


We installed solid Hickory cabinets throughout this kitchen, along with a professional stainless steel range. The counters were done in Granite, and the backsplash is finished in an Italian ceramic tile.

A matching-finish dentil crown molding was ordered from the cabinet maker, and we cut them on-site to wrap around each set of upper cabinets.

For ease of maintenance, a laminate wood floor was installed.


To the right of the stove is the sink and dish washer station. A two piece stainless steel sink was installed below the counter.

The design we specified was for the entire counter to be cut from one piece of granite. Our counter maker resisted, preferring that we have a joint at the sink. We 'persuaded' him to bring along an additional crewmember to help support the stone, and we're happy to say that the one piece design was installed without a problem.



On the opposite wall of this eat-in kitchen we installed another bank of matching Hickory cabinets. The left and right upper cabinets were ordered with glass doors to display the homeowners dishes. The center cabinet provided cookbook storage and a plant shelf.
The lower cabinets seen here were custom ordered in a narrower depth to fit the existing wallspace, and to better compliment the upper cabinets. There was still plenty of storage space for larger appliances like a stand mixer and other less frequently used items.


This homeowner traveled frequently on business to France, and wanted to replicate the old world look of Provence in his kitchen. We fabricated all the beams in the ceiling using reclaimed 3/4" thick chestnut boards. Each "beam" was built up on-site from three boards - one for each visible "side" of the beam. Each board was mitered on edge to provide a seamless joint with the adjoining side.
The assembled beam was then distressed and treated to a stain & tung oil finish to appear like a 100 year old piece of solid wood. A stucco finish was applied to the ceiling and walls between the beams to complete the transformation.

Also completely remodeled was this hall guest bathroom. A makeup area with chair is seen just to the left as you enter the room, followed by a 48" vanity and then the toilet.
On the right side of the room a whirlpool tub was installed, and the closet that had been next to the tub was replaced by a floor-to-ceiling storage cabinet.
The homeowner had selected a polished nickel finish on the tub & sink faucets for this bath. But when it came to the other fixtures needed & selected - the many towel bars, toilet paper holder, outlet covers, and interior doorknobs (all from various suppliers) - well, these were not available in polished nickel. We sent them out to a plating shop and had them replated to match perfectly with the faucets.
Here is a closer view of the makeup area. A bevel edge oval mirror was selected for the wall. Two drawers in the counter (built on-site) provided storage for makeup.

On the other side of the far wall is a stairway from the first to the second floor. Originally the door for this bath was about 2 feet closer to the camera. We moved the door back to add about 30 square feet of bonus space to the bath. The plant shelf now covers the top of the stairway.
On the wall just outside the bathroom door we added a second small linen closet above the stairway - since you can never have too much storage space.
On the left you can just see the bottom portion of the custom cabinet fabricated on-site to replace the old closet that was originally located here. The lower section features a small counter. The upper section was built in a 12" depth, and provides plenty of additional storage.
We hope that you found some interesting design ideas on these pages, and that you also have a better idea about the services & level of quality that we offer. Don't hesitate to contact us if there is anything that we can help you with in your own home!
Wicomico Restoration LLC
PO Box 4
Wicomico Church, VA 22579

804 - 580 - 1587

Serving Northumberland and Lancaster Counties

Virginia License # 2705 129716 Fully Insured