photo by Beth Singer

From the entryway of this home you can see all the way through to the master suite. The art and architecture speak in this home with the finishes and furnishings providing a neutral backdrop to support the surroundings.

photo by Beth Singer

The wood panels on the fireplace bring warmth to this otherwise very contemporary space, and the orange dining chairs bring an unexpected pop of color and interest.

photo by Beth Singer

Painted horizontal panels create a quiet backdrop to showcase the indigo art piece the couple purchased in India.

photo by Beth Singer

The contemporary orange dining chairs add a pop of color to this classic Knoll tulip table.

photo by Beth Singer

A simple singular light fixture hangs over the custom rosewood and stainless-steel dining chair that is flanked with leather chairs.

photo by Beth Singer

This room served as the couple’s home office where they will be spending a lot of time.. we used a glass wall to expand the space because they will spend a majority of their time in this cozy yet sophisticated room.

photo by Beth Singer

The floating black glass counter adds a quiet, reflective element to this powder room and allows the beautiful granite on the back wall to be the focal point.

photo by Beth Singer

This contemporary kitchen was brought to life with the lacquered eucalyptus island and wine bar.

photo by Beth Singer

The lacquered eucalyptus wine bar has pocket doors that slide to conceal what's inside or open to reveal its beauty.

photo by Beth Singer

This contemporary master bedroom is warmed up with the use of wood panels, silk wallpaper, and the upholstered headboard that all add texture and interest.

photo by Beth Singer

This master bathroom has clean lines that follow the architectural detail of the windows, while the round, lit mirrors add whimsy and interest.

photo by Beth Singer

This floating walnut staircase with glass side panels adds sophistication and warmth to this contemporary home.

photo by Beth Singer

The teak cocktail table with its unique shape and warm wood tones takes the contemporary edge off this lower-level entertainment area.

photo by Beth Singer

The amazing stone used for this island provides artful interest to this lower-level bar.

photo by Beth Singer

With its curved glass entry, this contemporary wine room is warmed up with the use of stone on all its walls.

photo by Beth Singer

The limestone fire pit is flanked with clean, contemporary seating that allows the landscaping to be the focal point.

photo by Liz Ordonez

This Naples, Florida, resident wanted a warm contemporary feel that we accomplished with a dark tile floor, unique shell chandeliers, and neutral textured fabrics.

photo by Liz Ordonez

This image shows the unique pieces of furniture used in this residence. The heavy bronze base of the Holly Hunt cocktail table and the unique carved wood side table add interest in this relatively simple setting.

photo by Liz Ordonez

We created a unique separate sitting area for four with wood and leather chairs and a brass cocktail table.

photo by Liz Ordonez

This den serves as a TV room as well as an office for two. On the other side of the room is a wall-to-wall desk that seats two with a television above.

photo by Jeff Garland

This master bedroon was done with Balinese influence, inspired by the Robert Allen fabric on the duvet. The pan ceiling is finished in quarter-sawn white oak. A mix of textures adds interest.

photo by Jeff Garland

This master bedroom fireplace wall features a Balinese wood panel that hides the television when not in use. Mixing textures and fabrics creates an understated elegance.

photo by Jeff Garland

This master bath renovation was an extreme makeover. The original white tile and cabinetry was replaced with strong, masculine colors. The marble is from Cercan Tile.

photo by Beth Singer

We paneled the walls of this foyer, arched and paneled the opening into the great room and darkened the stain on the wrought-iron rail to give a completely new look to this foyer.

photo by Beth Singer

This image shows the custom glazing on the paneled walls as well as the animal print carpet that was added on the stairs.

photo by Beth Singer

photo by Beth Singer

photo by Beth Singer

photo by Beth Singer

The existing dining chairs were reupholstered to tie in to the new draperies and wallcovering. A bronze and crystal chandelier gives a more contemporary vibe to this once very traditional room.

photo by Beth Singer

This dining room renovation features handpainted wallpaper, custom glazed woodwork, and a crystal chandelier.

photo by Beth Singer

This powder room was completely renovated with new wallpaper, custom glazed woodworking, and a large custom chest with a gold sink and sconces to create a very dramatic room.

photo by Beth Singer

This dining room features taupe silk draperies with a splash of green that reflects the green in the dining chairs. The textural sheers allow light to flow in but help maintain an intimate atmosphere.

photo by Beth Singer

To add some architectural interest to this dining room, we added wainscoting and a ceiling detail. The French doors were custom made to match the glass cabinet design in the adjacent music room.

photo by Beth Singer

Faux painted walls, a reflective black chest, and a uniquely shaped mirror add interest to a rather small, unassuming foyer.

photo by Beth Singer

We wanted this music room to have a lot of personality, which we achieved with the bold fabric on the chairs, the black cabinetry, a touch of citrine for an accent color, and a black crystal chandelier over the piano.

photo by Beth Singer

We wanted this music room to have a lot of personality, which we achieved with the bold fabric on the chairs, the black cabinetry, a touch of citrine for an accent color, and a black crystal chandelier over the piano.

photo by Jeff Garland

This living room features custom-paneled woodwork, a built-in desk, hidden drapery pockets and decorative beams. Long silk sheers from Kravet accentuate the high ceilings.

photo by Jeff Garland

The gorgeous duvet was the inspiration for this master suite, which has a soft, sophisticated Old World charm. The sconces cast a glow of light over twin nightstands.

photo by Mixie Robinson

This classic kitchen originally had frosted maple cabinets, laminate countertops, and white ceramic floors. The space has been transformed by adding hickory flooring, glazed cabinets, stone countertops, and a backsplash.

photo by Liz Ordonez

This bedroom is bright and features embroidered lace draperies over large plantation shutters.

photo by Beth Singer

By adding draperies to the windows, an iron chandelier, and a black table and chairs, we created a dramatic new look in this kitchen.

photo by Beth Singer

This ceiling that was designed for the great room renovation features up-lighting in the cove, custom glazed woodwork, and a beautiful chandelier.

photo by Beth Singer

This eclectic space was created for a “Celebration” event at the Michigan Design Center. Our theme was Global Diversity.

photo by Beth Singer

This eclectic space was created for a “Celebration” event at the Michigan Design Center. Our theme was Global Diversity.

photo by Beth Singer

photo by Beth Singer

photo by Beth Singer