Anne came to us with one main goal: improve the flow of her home. She wanted an open concept floor plan. The house consisted of closed-off rooms that lacked functionality. She hoped improving the layout would make it easier to get out the door in the morning and enhance the quality of their family time in the evening.
Beth loved her 1930’s Brick Colonial, but hated its tiny kitchen. It was dark, hard to clean, lacked storage and counter space making it difficult for even one cook to use. She needed a full kitchen overhaul.
Bill and Lori’s completed kitchen has the warmth and character to fill the pages of a fairy tale. The subtle use of color and shafts of light welcome you into their home with ease. By examining the use of their existing home, we were able to give them so much more from what they already had. We were methodical in design all the way through and it paid off. The clients couldn’t be happier.
Your home is your greatest asset and choosing to renovate is a multi-tiered decision. Will you add on, renovate what’s existing, or tear down and build a brand new home? Will you need financing? And most importantly of all, who will you trust to design and build your project?