A unique architectural approach to this once - ordinary cottage style home.
The details of the exterior of this home are what make it stand out from the rest.
The exterior architecture of this home blends well with this 1940’s Cape Cod neighborhood.
All work on this home was isolated to just the exterior of the home.
A dramatic transformation from regular to extraordinary…
Three dormers, architectural details, stone work, and new windows and doors transformed this tired exterior into an award winning facade.
A full second story with 3 bedrooms and a bathroom transformed this common rambler. Architectural elements and custom stone work give character and charm.
Natural stained cherry wood, full overlay doors, a countertop combination of quartzite and quartz, glass tile backsplash, and unique lighting fixtures highlight this project.
Bead board ceiling, enameled cabinets with a distressed rub finish, granite tops, and stainless steel appliances detail this traditional finish.
Opening walls to the adjacent spaces dramatically affects the interaction of this kitchen with the rest of the home.
Natural birch cabinets with inset doors, colored concrete counters, and a beautiful mosaic tile backsplash highlight this Lake Calhoun treasure.
Adding windows to the sink area dramatically changed the feel of this space. Walnut butcher block, granite tops, and natural maple cabinets are featured in this project.
Hardwood floors, a mix of enameled and stain cabinets and natural stone backsplash create a warm and inviting kitchen. A family center is integrated to create a space for all family functions.
A free-standing tub, natural walnut cabinets, porcelain tile, and a unique layout solution highlight this beautiful, functional space.
A combination of white, quarter sawn oak, and enameled cabinets provide warmth to this stunning traditional finish.
This unique tile installation leaves no margin for error, and the results are stunning!
The warm woods and finishes of this space provide you with your own, “in- home” spa experience.
Chrome finishes, subway tile, and lots of natural and artificial light brighten this once dingy, dark bathroom.
Who says that a small bathroom cannot look great? Concrete countertops and, dark stained alder cabinets are a strong masculine presence in this bathroom make over.
Matching and enhancing the original millwork in this project proved a success!
Integration of the styling in this living room with the adjacent kitchen truly makes it feel a part of this home.
This dining room was redone with a built-in buffet (replicated to replace the deteriorated original). The results are seamless!
Crown molding, smooth, plaster ceilings, red oak floors, and enameled millwork make this home warm and inviting.
The rod rigging and cable rail system in this guardrail highlight the entry into this home.
Stainless steel guardrail, cable railing, and 4” thick, solid read oak stair planks highlight the restyling of this home.
Combining a laundry with a bathroom provided this home with some efficient basement space.
Who said that a laundry room needs to be dingy, dirty, and dark?
Don’t underestimate how much a mudroom would change life in your household!
Some bright, colorful ideas that can be integrated into your kid’s space!
Wall color and well-thought furnishings truly beautify any space, and grow along with your child.
This custom made entertainment center was built in to conserve space and provide family fun. The open shelves also create display opportunities.