A peek into our design process.
Remodeling a historic property: what to salvage, what to change
The last few months have been spent working hard on the design phase of some renovation projects we will be kicking off later this month.
After six years in business, we realized our design + build process needed to change. We found that each element, the design and the build, should stand separately, and that by separating each service, we are better able to meet the needs of our clients. We are often asked if we take on small projects and our answer is: we don’t take on projects, we take on clients! Your project could be as simple as a single room refresh or as extensive as a total home renovation. If we believe we are a good fit, we’re up for the creative challenge!
Designing a better utility room
As I paced back and forth on the back porch, looking at every removed baseboard, crown molding, door and window, wondering how I could put the house back together, I realized something important. Sometimes you can't save it all.
SOLD - Mansfield Family Home - 2409 Lockshire Drive, Mansfield
The utility room. I’ve always felt this room is overlooked when it comes to designing or renovating a home. It’s often approached as a missing puzzle piece to cobble a floorplan together rather than a thoughtfully designed room in it’s own right to make home more purpose-built.
Beautiful one owner family home in the desirable Tanglewood neighborhood. Four bedrooms, three updated baths, two living areas and three car garage plus three attics! Two living areas with one built-in book case, laminate floors, upgraded banister and lighting. It adjoins large kitchen with breakfast bar, island and loads of storage for nice open concept.