For this one, we had a blank slate. No existing structure to demo or having to try to incorporate the old with the new construction. Our architect and our client had several iterations discussed until we landed on what you’re about to see. Top-of-the-line composite decking, a bluestone path tying everything together and some low-voltage accent lights really make this project one of our absolute best jobs ever. Our client could not be happier and plans to sit outside the entire winter just because she can!
Our latest project was collaborating with a client that wanted to take advantage of his attic space to increase his limited amount of square footage for his growing family. He needed a new roof too so with the help of our designer, we came up with a 2nd floor dormer that added plenty of room for his home office.
On a tight budget and a quick timeline, we were able to completely change the look and feel of this out-dated hallway bathroom with some paint, flooring, fixtures and accessories. No major demo, no major plumbing. The whole project took 1 week and the client is super happy!
We completely remodeled a full bathroom on the main level of a nearly 100 yr old home in Silver Spring, MD. We took out the tub and made it a curbless shower to allow for easier wheelchair accessibility. We also removed a double-hung window and replaced it with frosted glass to get both the natural light as well as some piece-of-mind privacy.
There are a few different ways you can upgrade your bathroom. Here are a few tips to make sure you and your contractor are on the same page.