This homeowner was brave enough to relocate their kitchen in order to get the type of open space they desired for their growing family.
This homeowner loved their neighborhood but was outgrowing their house. A nice master bedroom addition with attached master bath and closet gave them just the right amount of space to enjoy their home again.
Too often I am called to save kitchens that are tucked away from the rest of the house. Opening a kitchen to adjacent spaces changes the way a homeowner uses their home and engages with their loved ones.
Hartford Homes Corporate Office
This new office building for Hartford Homes uses barn wood, concrete and bold color to create a building that extends the company brand.
This homeowner chose to reconfigure their kitchen to improve the overall function. Now the kitchen is efficient and oh-so welcoming with its mid-mod style.
This is a model home I had the privilege of doing for Hartford Homes at their TimberVine development. Check out the cowhide pattern on the dining chairs. So fun.
This project was a whole house remodel in old town including a high-end kitchen and four bathrooms.
Check out the mid-mod details in this home remodel. Can you tell what is existing and new? It’s important to remodel graciously when working on historic homes.