We expanded this large back deck, so our client could better enjoy their outdoor environment. We used a mix of Ipe, an exotic sustainably grown hardwood decking and cedar. These materials have natural decay inhibitors in them which means they will withstand the elements for years to come!
This project presented an interesting challenge. How do we turn 2 closets and a small bath into a larger bath and one large closet? We created a new access into an old closet through the bathroom and expanded the bathroom into a different smaller closet. We were able to give our clients his & hers vanities and a nice tile tub/shower. We added heated floor and a heated towel warmer. Perfect for our cold New England winters.
This home was built with a colonial theme in mind. The master bedroom suite expands over the garage and the third floor is fully finished off too. We used a mix of sidings to break up the exterior.
We built this home to accommodate an expanding family. We created living space over the garage that could easily be converted into an in-law suite if needed. The large eat-in kitchen provided plenty of space for the family and the side hall built-ins created a home for backpacks!
This home, built in the late 1700’s, was the home of one of our early governors. In need of dire repair, we were hired to both fix the decaying section while updating most of the home. We created a new living room, kitchen and master bathroom as well as added a new bedroom on the third floor. We exposed a very unique chimney and added a beautiful cherry spiral staircase. This home is ready for another 100 years.
We were hired by this homeowner to update the kitchen, as well as all of the bathrooms, of her childhood home. There were very unique challenges as we did not want to interfere with the original fireplace. We placed the refrigerator in the pantry and we stole some space from a closet to place the range. We built the cabinets with the style and age in mind.
The story goes that in the late 1800s a wealthy business owner built three houses, one for each of his daughters, in three very distinct styles. They sit on the outer parts of downtown. For our second project on this home we remodeled two bathrooms, one on the first floor and one on the second. Space was tight and there was a pesky chimney in the way. We removed the chimney and the space opened up. On the second floor we also remodeled a space that was once a second floor kitchen. We created a small hallway with a laundry/sewing room off it. To let daylight into the second floor bathroom we built a medicine cabinet with a transom above it allowing light to spill in from the laundry room.
This master bedroom remodel pushed us outside of our comfort zone and we loved it. Our client wanted a to expand their master bedroom into an adjacent space and create large wardrobes for both the both of them. The simple but elegant design on the doors and the French oak floor was all it took to bring a bit of Versailles into the room.
This kitchen is in a house that was originally built by a craftsman. The post and beam structure created a few challenges but the marriage of old and new was exactly what the homeowner wanted. The red birch floors maintained the original feel of the home while the “euro style” cabinets added the touch of new.