Another beautiful home nestled in a prestigious neighborhood, covered in golden oak. These clients liked the layout of the kitchen but wished for better storage and a touch of elegance. By extending the cabinetry to the ceiling and adding glass doors, not only were they were able to display items without having to dust them… Read more »
These clients had lived in their home for about 10 years; loved the neighborhood, not the house. They initially wanted an addition. We believe that many homes do not lack square footage but instead, lack functional design. We developed a plan that kept within their existing footprint and improved the space in a way that… Read more »
This classic kitchen was full of white washed maple cabinetry, dysfunctional angles, and a layout that was not considerate of the use of the kitchen.
As recent empty-nesters these clients transformed dreams of a new kitchen into reality.
As with most homes of the era, this kitchen was closed in and provided only enough room for one person at a time in the work zone. After investigating several potential new layouts we ended up opening the wall between the dining room and closing off a pass-thru which allowed for much better function and… Read more »
This gorgeous mid-century home with it’s unique organic architecture is a landmark on the south hill.