Carpentry Fireplace with Tile

This house had an outdated fireplace. We framed it out, made a new mantle, painted it white and added a patterned tile to the front of it to give it a new look.

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Carpentry Cordes

In this basement we created an enclosed storage area with custom cabinets, single panel doors and black hardware. We also installed a wood look high quality vinyl plank flooring.

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Bathroom Heine

This master bathroom designed with a navy, gray, white and gold color scheme is stunning. It starts with a blue custom made double sink vanity, a blue and white patterned floor that leads you to the freestanding tub and tub filler. Above the tub they choose a unique glass chandelier. Next the shower area where we used a navy subway tile arranged in a Herringbone design, including a large niche and sliding glass doors. For the floating shower bench, the shower curb, niche shelf and vanity top were all custom made with matching quartz and gold faucets and accessories.

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Bathroom Meginnes

In this bathroom renovation we designed a large walk in shower with an oversized niche that matches the shower floor tile. In the tub area we put a freestanding soaker tub and floor mounted filler. We also built a three quartered wall using the large white tiles from the shower along with a gray quartz top. The vanity is a custom made white cabinet plus a double basin sink with the same gray quartz. Here you have plenty of room for two people.

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Bathroom Bretz

The space in this master bathroom wasn’t being used very well and was outdated. We redesigned it and created a large walk in shower with beautiful blue tile and gold plumbing fixtures. A custom navy vanity with quartz top and double sinks, along with a custom cabinet to match the vanity for more storage and sitting area.

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Outdoor Thomas

As the first photo shows this area was dead space with no privacy or view. The deck and add ons made for a very nice use of the space. (The flowering tree helped the ambience when our customers held their wedding on the deck a week after it was built).

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Bathroom Jackson

This project required some interesting planning as it incorporated a full closet in the ground floor unit of a downtown condominium. Our customer wanted a full oversized soaker bath and a nonconventional shower seating area. The seated shower area, abutting the tub, contains three Kohler 48-jet directional wall sprayers. The cream field tile is accented by glass mosaic which picked up on the one-piece counter. A towel warmer was incorporated just outside the tub, as well as a built in custom storage area.

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Bathroom Omeara

As you can see this bathroom needed some updating; before we did the work it was a small, dark outdated shower area. By removing the wall and creating an all glass space we cohesively brought together the vanity, the tub, and shower all in one brighter look. Simply by reimagining the space and modernizing the tile, we made a more appealing and more importantly a more functional bathroom.

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Kitchen Mara

In the before pictures you can see this kitchen was outdated. The kitchen is narrow and defiantly needed more storage space, so we used upper cabinets for both top and bottom cabinets on one wall not to lose space in the eating area. We also made the door opening to the dining room wider to open the kitchen up some. Colorful backsplash and can lighting has brightened this kitchen up.

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Kitchen Hathcock

In this project the kitchen was tight and not very functional, so we opened up the area by eliminating the peninsula and adding an island with seating. We choose sage colored cabinets that go to the ceiling for maximum storage, island storage and a wine cabinet next to the pantry cabinet. We made custom quartz countertops and classic whit sub way tile for the backsplash. By installing recessed can lighting, adding a garden window and skylight this kitchen is now nice and bright with naturel daylight.

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