Master Bath Update

Master Bath Update

  This master bath was very spacious, but the floor plan did not make the best use of the space at hand. We took advantage of unused space in order to make it best suit the needs of a vibrant family! We removed the bath tub in order to gain a large shower and separate ...

Custom Storage

Custom Storage

Posted by on Oct 17, 2013 in Casegoods, Design, Uncategorized | No Comments

    Having space to store everything is key to a well functioning home! It’s amazing how much simpler it is to maintain a tidy house if you have the framework for your storage areas well planned. Here are a couple of custom closets that I have designed for recent projects.  

Acklen Avenue Bath

Acklen Avenue Bath

July 17, 2013 Work is completed on this master bath update. We gave this space a facelift while using as many of the existing features as we could. The old shower was updated into a fantastic steam shower. The new frameless glass enclosure opens up the entire space, making it feel bigger. Our tub area ...

Sylvan Park Kitchen

Sylvan Park Kitchen

  This 1940′s, post war home located in the Sylvan Park neighborhood is a sound little home, with so many great original features.  Beautiful hardwood floors and original stained wood work are a couple of features that stand out. Playing off of the mid century elements of the home, we are planning a simple and ...

Deco Inspired Bath

Deco Inspired Bath

    This deco inspired bath was designed for the use of two children. The homeowners wanted their new jack and jill bath to play off of the original downstairs bath, with tiled walls and a retro feel that suited their period home. The wall color was chosen because of the homeowners love for her ...

Staircase Makeover

Staircase Makeover

Posted by on Dec 5, 2012 in Casegoods, Design, Inspiration, Selections | No Comments

  This 12th South homeowner needed some help dealing with a staircase that was a late addition to the home. We trimmed out the doors to create the look of wainscot and carried the baseboard around the front of the staircase. Then we gave it all a good coat of paint and turned an eyesore ...

Melrose Fireplace

Melrose Fireplace

Posted by on Nov 2, 2012 in Casegoods, Design, Inspiration, Lighting, Tile | No Comments

  This 1930’s tudor cottage remained largely unaltered from its original state, with the exception of a poorly executed attempt to stone the fireplace. This was a do-it-yourself project gone wrong. We quickly removed the sloppy stonework and crooked sconces and went to Preservation Station to find a mantle and sconces suitable for this period ...