A large, open concept space was the entire reason the house was built. Previously, the client had a more traditional, saltbox colonial with a series of smaller rooms. When dreaming of the new house, they wanted an expansive family-gathering space where they could be together and purposefully use every inch of the room.
Mother Nature always gets it right.... a fresh pink palette inspired by a gorgeous cluster of flowers is a beautiful, color springboard for any space.
Light and dark pinks, ultra-subtle, creamy yellow and a smudgy, smoky green balance each other effortlessly.
Working today on a layout to maximize every inch of a long, narrow living room. This retired couple has lived in their home over 30 years, andneeded to rework their space. Previously, they didn't have a cohesive seating area that took advantage of the fire place and allowed them to watch television on those cold, Wisconsin winter evenings.
Working on a dynamic concept for a primary bedroom today that layers in varied wood tones and textures to create a timeless solution that the client will love for years and years. As always, we start with the floor plan...
A split-level home was in need of an update for their lower level bar and family room. The client was looking for hard-wearing surfaces with lots of style and visual impact for this multi-purpose space.