A loft-style overlook creates a connection between distant areas of the home. This flow gives the space a continuous feel, preserving the aesthetic no matter what room you’re in. Open floor plans require thoughtful planning to create moments for smaller gatherings. Whether it’s around the dinner table or hanging out on the couch, we design spaces for natural togetherness. Statement design elements (like this quartz and concrete fireplace) center the home and take it to the next level. Built-in bookcases and well-planned storage solutions should always add to the home’s overall aesthetic. Believe it or not, most families have a lot of stuff. Designing for life means taking every messy, beautiful part of homeownership into consideration. This urban-style kitchen was designed for a transitional feel. The sense of flow and movement means everything is exactly where you’d expect it to be while still offering plenty of space for gathering. Camouflaging the essential appliances with cabinetry and sight lines leads to a kitchen that looks polished and centered. The signature CDG loft space maximizes the space in each home. We love planning areas for the way families live their everyday lives; not just show homes. You could easily imagine kids playing games, doing homework, or reading in this dynamic space.
Overview of the project and who the client was / what they were asking for. Go for about 3-5 lines here. Describe the home and some of its key features or considerations.
Key feature callout
Notes about the discovery process -- something you uncovered that made the lightbulbs go off, or something the client asked for that was totally unique
Problem/solution -- call out a challenge you encountered along the way... could be environmental or a way you were stretched as a team and rose to the occasion
Timing or results
Mention how long it took to build, or include notes about how the client reacted during their walk-through.
“Add a glowing client quote here... not too long, and you could highlight something key you want people to notice.”