Our client's 80 year old home has a ton of charm and character. Unfortunately, the powder room that separated the kitchen from the back living space made both rooms feel smaller and made it difficult to entertain. We needed to open up this space to allow for better flow and functionality.
A small island is great for conversation and prep space, also hiding the microwave drawer. The built in wine storage peeks around the corner holding an impressive 92 bottles of wine. We added new hardwood flooring to match the entire first floor bringing together the old and the new. The result is a warm and inviting kitchen!
Our clients wanted a peaceful retreat in their backyard. Their current deck was too small and they wanted to be able to use it in even the most buggy of seasons. We started by increasing the deck's footprint so they could gain more seating for entertaining family and friends.
Our clients wanted to turn their century old, unfinished basement into a living space the whole family could enjoy. There is a little room under the porch that had exposed, original masonry. We wanted to leave the masonry exposed so we cleaned it up a bit — it is a cozy space for an office and it is a reminder of the home's 100 year history.
Our clients' finished basement needed to be brought to life! A bar made out of glass block, lack of overhead lighting, dark finishes and an old drop ceiling made for a really uninviting space. Our clients now use this space all of the time and love having friends and family over to enjoy it with them!
The client wanted a bright and clean but welcoming look for her kitchen. We started with a dark island that grounds the space and kept everything bright and focused on the floral back splash tile that my client fell in love with from the start.