Luxury Home Renovation

The luxury of wide open spaces was the theme of this whole home renovation. From the kitchen, bathrooms, entryway and staircase, every detail was planned to accentuate the abundant natural lighting from large unobstructed windows and sweeping high ceilings.

The bright white color pallet used on the walls, cabinets, ceiling and furniture is balanced with dark hardwood flooring and rich accents throughout. Chrome, glass and clear acrylic further reflect light to create the sense of clean open rooms that flow seamlessly from one to the other.

Strategic pot lights, stunning accent lighting and mirrors add to the glamour and gleam of this home and its modern minimalist character.

 
 

Cozy Retreat

Stonework, fireplaces and gorgeous wood accents transformed this home into a cozy retreat the homeowners wanted to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday routine.

Pictured here, the lower-level family room has become a favorite hangout for friends and family with the warm glow of the fireplace and all the conveniences necessary to get away from it all.

Special touches and finishes including the multidimensional brick surrounding the fireplace, under cabinet lighting to enhance the ceramic tile backsplash by the bar and the built in wine racks and bar fridge. This cozy retreat is exactly what the doctor ordered to get away from it all!

 
 

Multilevel Multidimensional Home Renovation

Multilevel living adds a sense of mystery as you move from one distinct space to another. This home boasts four levels and as many mysteries all tied together with a common design platform that encompasses clean lines, rich grey wall tones and dark black accents.

Natural lighting is enhanced with strategically placed pot lights and modest lighting fixtures throughout. With just a few steps up or down this split level design transforms you from kitchen to living room to bedrooms and storage, each with its own character but each cohesive and welcoming.

 

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