Our goal for this great room was to achieve a sense of elegance and grandeur without losing the comfort factor. We utilized vaulted ceilings for a sense of wonder and size, while grounding the design with natural elements like wood and stone. We always envision how a family will move and flow throughout a home. Creating a transitional moment between the great room and kitchen offers a stunning sightline but also makes sense for how these homeowners live their daily lives. Both homeowners and visitors deserve to have their breath taken away when they first experience a space. Directing the movement of natural light spotlights different features while protecting the eye from direct sunlight. Large windows connect this great room to the outside landscape while glass doors invite exploration beyond the four walls of the space. We work with interior designers and homeowners to plan for lighting and decor elements. Through open communication, we create the right space for everything from priceless heirloom pieces to eye catching light fixtures. The human mind loves balance and symmetry. This kitchen is a great example of utilizing must-have elements (the fridge balancing out the prep area, for example) to beautifully combine form and function. No two homeowner wish lists are the same. We work hard to ask the right questions and gather inspiration to reflect each family’s aesthetic. A hidden butler’s pantry with plenty of natural light made perfect sense for this busy family. This bedroom’s deceptively simple layout was an intentional choice to allow for a statement light fixture and ceiling treatment. This draws the eye up and adds interest to an otherwise clean and uncluttered design. Master bedrooms are all about maximizing the space. Bigger is not always better, so we want an inviting room that feels comfortable and warm. Sometimes, this actually means sizing down the room for better space planning. Privacy, please! Knowing where to situate a bed wall means we can tailor the room so the owner gets both sweeping vistas and appropriate privacy.
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.”