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Whether you're upgrading a historic house or building on new construction, putting in a new porch or patio, remodeling your basement, or just hanging a door, we're here to help and inspire!!
Once we begin working with you; you will quickly find out that we like to ask a lot of questions! It is our belief (and practice) that the more questions we ask the better we understand what style speaks to you and what is important to you.
One of the first questions we will ask you is if you begun to collect inspiration images that have a similar look/feel that you want in your space. In order to help us better understand your style and what speaks to you, pictures are a great place to start!
Our portfolio is a small sampling of past projects we have completed that might have some elements that speak to your tastes. We love getting to the end of a project and hearing our clients say the space is “perfect”.
4 Home Remodeling Trends to Watch for in 2022
After a year of spending more time at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many homeowners are looking for ways to make their homes fit their new realities. Open floor plans are out; dedicated spaces for remote work and learning are in. Yards are being transformed into entertainment spaces and walls are being repainted. At the same time, increased demand and safety concerns can make the remodeling process much longer than before.
At the start of 2020, the most requested design concept was open space. But now, we face a different set of design implications because everyone’s living conditions have changed.
Remote workers and learners need privacy and quiet. A year and a half ago, it was rare for one family member to work from home, Now, (parents) and kids find it difficult to get work done because of the noise in the open design.
This year, expect to see homeowners spending less time knocking down walls to open up shared areas, and more time transforming spare rooms or nooks into dedicated spaces. That might mean adding a home office or home theater, for instance, or transforming a nook into a space for distance-learning.
Over time the wear and tear that the kitchen flooring, countertops, and cabinets go through can give them a worn-out look that can clash with the immaculate decor of the house. It makes sense to give the kitchen a refresh every few years as a way to keep the space inviting and to keep one excited for the daily chore of cooking.
Those who are living in an old house can benefit from the advances in kitchen technology such as newer materials for often-used surfaces such as countertops, flexible and modular cabinetry, and slip-proof and easy-to-clean flooring.