Lori & Bill’s Whole Home Transformation

We fondly refer to Lori and Bill’s project as “The Storybook Kitchen” because the way this warm, inviting, and beautiful kitchen came together was like a fairy tale! As with any good story, it started with our heroes, Lori and Bill, in trying times. They had hired an architect that provided a solution that wasn’t […]

Amanda & Justin’s Addition

This growing family loved their home and the precious memories they had made there through the years but with a new baby they realized they had to make some changes in order to stay in their home. The layout was compact so it became clear that an addition was the best way to add functionality […]

Jarid’s Whole Home Remodel

A family heirloom, this 1920s arts and crafts style bungalow has been passed down from generation to generation in Jarid’s family. When he contacted Merrick, Jarid made sure we understood it was essential to him that we update his home without destroying the character he grew up loving. Other issues that needed to be addressed […]

Beth’s Tiny Kitchen

Beth loved everything about her Kensington 1930s brick colonial except for it’s teeny, tiny kitchen. It was dark, hard to clean, lacked storage, and counter space making it difficult for even one cook to use. So she called in Merrick to design her a more functional, bright space. We made the kitchen space larger by […]

Judith’s Kitchen Addition

In need of a larger kitchen, Judith contacted Merrick to build an addition. She wanted her Westgate home to have the charm of 1940s homes, but still feel fresh, and be bolstered with all the modern conveniences. This addition gave us space for a generous work triangle, an island, a small powder room, and even […]

Liz’s Kitchen Cabinet Upgrade

Surprisingly, Liz already liked her warm mid-century kitchen, especially loving how it opened up to the dining room. But despite liking it, she knew it could be better. The layout was not the most functional, especially with the fridge location being so far from everything else. And the cabinets were starting to feel less like […]