TRANSITIONAL FAMILY KITCHEN
At first, this space was closed off to the rest of the house and lacked storage and function, but most importantly light. Opening it up and rearranging the work zones gives it a whole new life and allows all family members space to help out. Staying true to their traditional style, we gave parts a more current twist to keep it in style for many years to come.
COLORFUL BEACHSIDE CONDO
This condo is a middle unit, lacking natural light in sunny Florida. The goal was to make it as bright and airy as possible while providing high quality design. When you are in this space, whether the bathrooms or the bar, you never forget you are at the beach with the sea of blues, greens and corals!
ECLECTIC MID-CENTURY REMODEL
For this project we completely updated the first floor of this 70’s ranch to fit a more modern lifestyle. We enlarged the master bathroom and created a serene, spa feel. The kitchen was the show-stopper, with all navy cabinets and industrial open shelves. What better way to show your personality?
MODERN NEW ENGLAND REMODEL
This colonial inspired family home was missing a spacious, kid friendly kitchen and a mudroom to store all the winter clothes! Also avid entertainers, the couple wanted their bar in a more convenient location. While adding in modern touches, we stayed true to the colonial New England feel with brick pavers and a beadboard ceiling.
BOLD AND BRIGHT TRANSITIONAL KITCHEN
A dog lover’s dream, this kitchen comes with the perfect way to store dog bowls, keeping them out of the way and making the pups feel special! The backsplash tile is the perfect balance of all the colors used in the kitchen and takes it from average to spectacular!
SPACIOUS FAMILY KITCHEN
For this young but growing family, it was imperative that we made the kitchen flow with the rest of the house while modernizing the finishes. From a dark wood kitchen with dark countertops, to a light and airy space that gives them plenty of storage and room to entertain. The limits were pushed with their island, that was just shy of a full slab of quartz. The subtle island color helps break up the white tones that were used and makes it the focal point of the space.