Having remodeled Rod & Pat’s Master bathroom a few months ago, we knew that their guest bathroom needed was next on the list to get done. Coming up with a design for this bathroom, they wanted to remove the tub and create a walk-in shower. Since the flooring was consistent through the entire home, that was one thing needed to be kept.

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Edith’s guest bathroom was showing its age and the lack of storage. She started to notice that the shower walls and tub were not allowing her to utilize the bathroom the way she wanted to.

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Brian & Julie’s Master Bathroom vanity wasn’t working for them any longer. This multi-level top caused unusable space on the countertop. By reconfiguring the cabinet layout, we inverted the sink base to feature a full usable drawer Under the sink cavity.

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The bones of Jim & Laura's home were solid. Their desires were to update the master and guest bathrooms and install new hard surfaces in the Kitchen. They also wanted to improve the lighting throughout by creating lighting levels for general, accent, and task.

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Barb & Peter hired us for a solution to improve their out of style kitchen. They also wanted our expertise on how to enhance the kitchen's functionality. During the design initial walkthrough, Barb mentioned that she loves cooking and wanted to go high-end with some of the kitchen functionality.

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Fish & Beatrice purchased this 1980’s home and wanted to update the feel and look, starting with the master bathroom. The bathroom was oddly shaped. The shower had a bump-out that made the shower smaller and there was wasted space behind the entry door.

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Mary & Bohan were fun to work with. They loved their home and have plans to live there for the long term. However, their kitchen did not reflect who they were, and wanted to have a modern kitchen to enjoy and add functionalities.

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Our designer worked with Eric and Alexandra on their master bathroom remodeling project.

After hearing their desires and the goals.

We determined the desired look would be a monochromatic modern but functional space.

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