A true landmark on the South Hill, this Tudor style home is on the National Registry of historic homes.
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 1970’s home had never been touched. The kitchen was completely separated from the living and dining rooms and with two small children that just wouldn’t work for this family. We removed the demising walls and creating the desired open floor plan. In order to change the context of the 12 foot rock fireplace (versus… 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.
Having buyer’s remorse, these homeowners came to us in despair.
This client had recently purchased a gorgeous home in an excellent location. Although the kitchen wasn’t falling apart, nor was it poorly constructed, they desired to have a much more modern design. We immediately began by eliminating an angled corner that ultimately had no purpose. This change allowed for a large, multi-functional island including a… Read more »
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.