This remodel took a bold turn leaving patterned blue wallpaper and beige tile behind. It has no shyness as it sports a geometric tile floor, deep green wainscot panelling, and marbled shower walls. The patterned wallpaper brings warmth and energy to the space every day.

Height of Luxury

Before the master bath remodel, the space wasn’t satisfying the homeowner. The walls were covered in patterned blue wallpaper and beige tile. There was a large tub taking up most of the space and a long vanity down most of the wall. Since the bathroom style was far from what the homeowner liked, it was…

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The dark wood found throughout the home reflects the character and ageless beauty of the space. Antique pieces featured around every corner of the house are not only beautifully displayed, but they aid in highlighting the design details.

A Designer’s Historic Home

A Historic home remodel with a growing family in mind This historic home is the ultimate renovation. With beautifully designed spaces everywhere you turn, it’s hard for your eye to settle on just one detail. The open kitchen is perfect for gatherings and masterpieces that the kids wipe up. Details such as the distressed cabinetry,…

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A Kitchen with Family History in Mind

What was originally a gloomy and outdated kitchen, soon became a bright and welcoming space. Dark cabinetry was cutting the space in half, which made the space feel like it was caving in on you. The challenge was to design a kitchen that stayed true to the family roots, while also creating a more open…

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This is not your typical basement bar. It’s nestled into the front porch, stealing its long length from a little more than half of the old screened in area. There are original glass French doors that lead directly to the formal dining room. Light comes from all sides, yet the mood is dark. The beam ceiling was created from a dying white oak that stood in the front yard for 180 years, long before the historic home was built.

Dark and Cozy Bar Project

How do you properly describe a project that lived inside a craftsman’s head for the past 20 years? Now it lives outside for everyone to see. A bar designed and built by the dreamer. This is not your typical basement bar. It’s nestled into the front porch, stealing its long length from a little more…

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The soft, warm hues coming from the wood texture in this kitchen find balance with sleek black and white lines. This is a true chef’s kitchen, equipped with top-of-the-line Sub Zero Wolf appliances and ample spice storage. Matte black iron and metal finishes along with grey glass subway tiles top off the look with a refined, equestrian finish.

Langdon Way Kitchen

The soft, warm hues coming from the beautiful wood in this kitchen find balance with sleek black and white lines. Beautiful wood grain draws the eye in this large and bright light-filled space, while the sleek white perimeter cabinetry and black accents keep everything looking crisp. Grey glass subway tiles serve as the backdrop for…

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Kingspointe Master Bathroom

Rebekah believes this master bathroom is a sanctuary, as stylish as it is soothing. The light wood stained cabinets have an airy note; slender silhouettes, and glass and mirrored designs incorporated within. The decorative mullion mirrors in the tall vanity cabinet are perfect for reflecting light and opening-up the space. Juxtaposing the smooth wood tones…

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