When we work with homeowners and their designers the end result is nothing short of stunning. Our clients aimed to revamp their dark kitchen into a bright, happy space with clean lines (no visible outlets). They also aimed to increase the overall footprint of the space. This was a full-service project that involved a complete demo of the kitchen. Between the dining room and kitchen, a large cutout in the wall was created to enable light to flow through from the front of the house. It also doubled as a bar top to facilitate easy entertaining between the two spaces. The homeowners designed a backsplash of glass and subway tiles to provide an eye-catching waterfall feature behind the hood and range. This project included new Anderson sliding glass doors, COREtec flooring, a quartz countertop and Decora Maple Cabinets in Prescott Style with Creekstone Gunmetal Glazing and new GE appliances in black slate rounded out the bold finishes in this custom kitchen remodel. This highly personalized kitchen transformation perfectly reflected the exceptional taste and styling of our clients.
BATHROOM UPGRADES MADE TO SUIT A GROWING FAMILY
We knew this project was going to be extra special as soon as it started. Maybe it was the excitement of helping friends personalize their new home and welcome home the newest member of their family, or maybe it was the unique finishes and elegance that were innate in the client’s style. This was a full-service project that involved completely demoing both hall and master bathrooms and starting from scratch. For their master bathroom, the client wanted to instill a spa-like feel which would include an over-sized glass-enclosed shower stall and deep soaker tub with custom tub filler. Including these custom elements called for a reconfiguration of the original master bathroom’s layout. For the hall bathroom, the client wanted to replace the original contractor grade finishes with a unique space that would endure their playful and growing kids. A large tub with a leisure ledge highlights the beautiful wood grain tile wall in the kids’ hall bath. These elegant selections provide an elevated and functional design to these newly remodeled bathrooms.
ELEGANT DESIGN FOR THE
ENTERTAINER AT HEART
This photo collage is of an elegant townhome that is walking distance to local restaurants and shops. The client wanted to enhance the functionality, design, and flow between rooms to provide a more inviting and entertainment friendly home while maintaining the current layout. This was a full-service project that included a full kitchen remodel, powder room renovation, new hardwood floors, new marble fireplace surround, and a fresh coat of paint to finish off the project
MODERN UPDATES TO A
This client aimed to personalize a hall bathroom. The original footprint and layout of the space worked for the family functionally but not aesthetically. Leaving all of the key elements in place, this client wanted to remove an outdated bland bathroom and transform it into a uniquely modern hall bath. The new bathroom was outfitted with new overhead lighting, new double sink vanity, beautifully lit mirrors, new tub, new tile floors, and a dramatic custom tile shower wall and niche. The end result was a beautiful monochromatic hall bathroom with personal touches this family will enjoy for decades.