There’s a reason everyone gathers in the kitchen: it’s the center of the home. The heart. It’s where you feed the people you love, where you bake birthday cakes, where you pour that perfect glass of wine after a long day. Everything you do in your kitchen—morning coffee and midnight snacks, family meetings and heart-to-heart chats —speaks to who you are as a person.
Shouldn’t the layout and design of your kitchen space be just as personal?
When we design a kitchen we don’t just think about backsplashes and faucets, cabinets and appliances. We go beyond general terms like farmhouse modern and mid-century transitional. When we tackle a kitchen remodel, we listen to learn what you love most: maybe you love clean lines and simple silhouettes; maybe your style is more traditional with just a touch of modern; maybe you live for industrial lighting or all-white rooms. Maybe you want to transition from rustic modern to farmhouse modern. Whatever you’re thinking, we want to hear it—because once we know what you want, we can build it.
The point is this: your kitchen is your kitchen. It shouldn’t look like anyone else’s. It should look like it was built for you, down to the last detail. Your kitchen should be functional and modern. Hard core (think custom cabinetry, gorgeous windows, perfect-for-your-lifestyle touches) but comfortable. Bottom line: we can remodel your kitchen so it’s everything you always wished it could be.
An unfinished basement is the ultimate blank slate. Leave it in the hands of someone who is both a general contractor and a transitional designer and BAM: bonus space that blows your mind.
Think it can’t happen? Think again. Sky’s the limit: build an extra bedroom, the ultimate transitional home office, a laundry room that will make the entire PTA jealous. Game room, home gym, movie room, music room, family room—your basement finish can create an entirely new space that your family will love; all it takes is a contractor who knows her business and an eye for design that sees potential in a plain foundation slab.
Today’s ultimate master bathrooms aren’t standard. They’re sleek, simple, crisp, and uncluttered. They’re spacious. Transitional master bathroom suites combine the best of both worlds: nods to years past (think white or lighter paint colors, thoughtful details, and quality materials) with a modern twist (think state-of-the-art technology, environmentally friendly plumbing, and clean lines).
Like every other room of the house, your master bath can reflect your style. Love transitional glam décor? Farmhouse chic? Mid century modern? Sure, you want the aesthetic of your master bath to vibe with the rest of your house—and isn’t that the point? Bathroom remodels give you the opportunity to turn a room that’s been purely functional to one that suits your needs and shows your style.