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We have found that not everyone has a whole home project in mind, but rather have a specific room or function in mind. To that end, we’ve separated our residential projects into functional areas for greater clarity. Enjoy!

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Today’s kitchens are as much about entertaining as food preparation. Everyone seems to gravitate to the kitchen to watch or (hopefully!) to help. Wide aisles and separate prep areas allow for multiple cooks. Stools at the counter allow for conversation. Refrigerator and dishwasher drawers allow for flexibility in the use of space. Especially with limited square footage, each detail needs work.

Dining rooms may take on many forms – from spacious rooms to nooks off the kitchen. No matter the size or style of the space, a dining room is meant to be a place to gather with family and friends for everyday meals and special occasions.

Your bedroom is your retreat, that part of the house where you go to recharge and rest after a day’s work and daily stress. Luxurious details, comfort, and calming colors all work to enhance your experience.

Much more than just a room to get ready, the bathroom can be a daily trip to the spa. Light, aroma, and sound therapy integrated into a shower with massaging body sprays, and a bench to sit and enjoy can make the start to any day better!

Whether you call it a great room, living room, sitting room or parlor, with today’s active lifestyle, your main living space needs to work extra hard to keep up and still look great. Even small changes, like a new rug, fresh fabrics and a few accessories, can make a big impact when it comes to living room redesign.

The easiest way to update your decor? Swap out tired window treatments for something new. From custom draperies to Roman shades, window treatments come in every size, shape, color and combination.

Whether carved out of an unused area of a basement or designed into new construction, these specialty rooms add charm and character to any home.

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