This charming 77 year old home in Glendale has so much character and many beautiful features. However, it was lacking a kitchen that functioned well and appealed to the homeowners' tastes. We started by re-configuring some of the back hallway to allow us to open up the kitchen into the sunroom and create more functional space and better flow.
This home and the accompanying classic carriage house are true snapshots into Saint Louis history. We consider it a privilege to work with the homeowners and preserve this piece of the past!
Inspired by the view, we brought the outside in by using reflective, natural materials and a full slab of quartzite is the focal point of the shower.
We recently did a project with Sara Luigs and Melanie Christoff with CURE Design Group, featuring a craftsman style, with barn doors and stained glass accents.
This 120 year old home has beautiful exposed brick walls that we felt necessary to leave as a design element in the space. The homeowners wanted a relaxed, eclectic design that didn't feel too formal or too trendy.
Our clients have loved their 86 year old home for nearly half a century. Unfortunately, older homes were not built with aging in place or universal design in mind. That's where we come in!
Our client was looking for something different with a touch of whimsy! We added dark, masculine, cabinetry for him and bubble tile for her.
We added more storage by adding two new closets, one of which we closed off with a set of custom wood barn doors. The white built-in cabinetry was replaced with dark wood cabinets , floating shelves, and a quartz top. We added a beverage cooler beneath the countertops - ideal for entertaining! The homeowners can now enjoy the space as a family or when spending time with friends!
The homeowner's could no longer live with their 1980's tile and its pinkish hue and the only way to replace it was to replace the whole kitchen.
A bright, cozy, interesting space for our homeowners to entertain guests or just curl up and read a book.
Our client had a tiny bathroom that had been carved out of the kitchen in their 100 year old home.
Our client recently moved back from Lake Michigan and we wanted to bring some of that feeling to the remodeled basement.
It went from a dark and dated space to a family friendly room.
My client loved the idea of a large shower and a warm, natural setting. Inspired by her travels we brought in river rock and soft, neutral tones on the walls and floors.
Our client had a tight kitchen that was a challenge to update!
We were able to design the kitchen around a bright window that overlooked the patio and backyard. By relocating a door to the basement we were able to double the counterspace and cabinetry.
The homeowners were looking to bring their kitchen out of the 1970's and into the 21st century.
The homeowners loved the idea of a bright and airy kitchen that would function well for their young family. Plenty of storage and an efficient layout make this kitchen a workhorse for meals and family time.
The architecture of the building serves as the perfect backdrop for the homeowner's extensive collections.
Our client fell in love with the cabinetry and quartz counter tops. We built the design from her inspiration.
The homeowner's wanted their basement to be the ultimate space to entertain family and friends as well as a cozy retreat after a long day.
A friendly bright kitchen for a young family.