This couple wanted to remodel their small home and have more storage and a better layout for entertaining. As they do not plan to live in this home for much longer, we kept buyer neutrality in mind during this remodel.
Here is the bathroom transformation.
This client is in the midst of remodeling their outdated kitchen to a much more modern style and functional layout.
These clients bought some land and needed help designing their home and choosing the right materials. We went for a "Mountain Modern" look and all building materials are fire proof. The interior of the home is currently being completed.
These client recently bought an outdated, 70's style home. They wanted a larger and more functional kitchen, a modern living room, and a new window layout to bring in more natural light. Their home is under the early stages of construction and final material choices are still being made.
This client was preparing to sell their home and needed to make some cosmetic updates to help their home show better to potential buyers. Some new paint and hardware transformed old, builder-grade cabinets to give the kitchen a cleaner and more modern look.
This client moved into a new office suite and needed the space to feel welcoming for her clients. We talked about colors and qualities that would be on point with her brand and let that serve as the starting point for designing the space. After tearing out the receptions desks that were no longer needed, we chose new carpet, blinds, and paint to give the space a fresh yet inviting look. So far, her clients are in love with the welcoming atmosphere.
This client wanted a space to be able to hold intimate, network gatherings at her home. We took her functional, but uninspiring living room and used mostly what was already on hand to turn it into a conversation worthy space that made her guests feel happy to be there. While the client dreamed of a fancy wall papered wall, I came up with a cost effective solution of using a template to paint an accent wall for her. This client loves her new space and now hosts gatherings regularly.
This client wanted a brighter, more up-to-date kitchen and more storage. We extended the counter tops and added some new cabinets and then implemented a new color scheme.
This HOA association wanted to update their building from the 1970s to look more contemporary. The biggest sore thumb was the sign out front so we decided to start with that update first. I helped them choose materials that would fit their desired style and need minimal to no maintenance for the next 50 years. I then built and installed the sign. In time, new landscaping and an updated paint color will bring the property up-to-date.