Moving the kitchen in this 1930s Cape to the back of the house allowed for a highly functional space that is also exquisitely detailed. Highlights include a cleverly outfitted butler’s pantry, a new walnut mudroom, a custom pet center and a dry bar/snack center.
This modern master bath renovation is floor-to-ceiling luxury, including beautiful materials, generous storage and thoughtful detailing. Among the unique touches is an inventive bench design that offers seating both inside and outside the two-person shower.
This kitchen in the Boston suburbs was originally a small family room. The back of the center hall Colonial was expanded to create a light-filled, spacious family gathering space. The project won first place in the 2014 NKBA Northern New England kitchen design competition (large kitchen remodel).
This basement renovation is a movie-lover\'s dream. It includes a wet bar, large comfortable sectional and a large screen and projector. The wet bar and counter seating includes everything the homeowner needs for an evening in front of the big screen.
With this traditional kitchen, it’s all in the details: Glass cabinet doors, multiple toe kick styles, a mix of cabinet hardware, LED lighting and an enormous hardworking island. This kitchen won first place in the 2014 NKBA Northern New England design awards (medium kitchen remodel).
This sleek, colorful redesign of an urban living room features a floating wall unit, in-ceiling speakers and comfortable seating. In the dining room, the pendant light, area rug and expandable glass table complement the client\'s enviable art collection.
This kitchen renovation was part of a major overhaul of an open floor plan. The style, an elegant interpretation of traditional French country design, was inspired by the remainder of the home. Custom inset cabinetry is detailed to perfection.
This beautiful remake of a 1960s villa on St. Thomas was highlighted in the June 2013 issue of island lifestyle magazine MACO Caribbean Living. Once drab and weathered, the villa now sports an unforgettable color scheme, cool and clean marble floors and a bright, open feel.
Town restrictions prevented an addition to this space-challenged Colonial. A kitchen, mudroom, eating area and new powder room were carved out of the existing footprint and designed to match the home’s traditional feel.
This small (60 square feet) master bath was originally a bath and two closets. Two windows and two banks of drawers provide plenty of light and storage. A nearby hall bath features white painted custom flush inset cabinetry and ceramic basketweave floor tile.
Once a First Baptist Church dating to 1899, this property was converted into eight high-end residences. The units were designed to combine Victorian-era details with modern day luxury while preserving the integrity of the original architecture.
This home office renovation features built in cabinetry made to look like standalone furniture. Both the bookcase and the corner desk are crafted of custom pieces that suit the owners’ needs and style.