photo by Shane Dietrich

The large kitchen island counter was built up to give the island a more substantial look and feel. The base of the custom designed cabinets on the floor are purposefully recessed to impart a more finished look to the island and perimeter cabinets.

photo by Jane S. Synnestvedt

This lake entry bath functions well and the black & white theme holds tradition in this vacation home. This bathroom has a spa-like ambience with upscale amenities such as marble countertops, built-in storage space, and a stylish lavatory.

photo by Beth Singer

A screen room for relaxing and entertaining.

photo by Shane Dietrich

"The decorative ship lap and custom door update the mudroom without going overboard. The exposed hardware and sliding barn door are a perfect complement to this space.

photo by Beth Singer

A new-build living room using architectural elements salvaged from the original farm. The stone fireplace was numbered before removal and repurposed.

photo by Shane Dietrich

Custom cabinet design, complete steam shower system with aromatherapy, music, light therapy, body sprayers, waterfall feature, and hand-held sprayer. All can be operated and preset from your cell phone or tablet.

photo by Shane Dietrich

My carpenter created custom thin wood trim that was wallpapered. Then decorative nail heads were added to cover all of the wallpaper seams that were showing. The Client was thrilled with the look of this innovative solution.

photo by Shane Dietrich

The large mirror hanging over the bar was selected to complement the Farrow & Ball wall and trim colors. The subtle light fixtures, the buttery leather used on the bar stools, and the wallpaper can be found at Michigan Design Center.

photo by Beth Singer

This new mudroom offers functional open storage for a busy family.

photo by Beth Singer

A rebuild in the country side.

photo by Shane Dietrich

"Commercial spaces require special attention to product selection. A neutral wall color was selected as the backdrop for the custom art pieces that are displayed throughout the lobby, examination rooms and offices.

photo by Shane Dietrich

The stain and paint colors were chosen to complement the custom kitchen adjacent to this hallway space. I always try to incorporate items from a client's personal collection to complement reasonably priced new furniture items.

photo by Beht Singer

Using a soft color palette makes the outdoors and indoors work well together.

The bedding in this master bedroom was custom-designed and the coverlet was made in a pet-friendly fabric to accommodate the family dog that sometimes sleeps on the bed. The dapper wallpaper was selected by the client because of its high durability.

photo by Shane Dietrich

The foyer of this restaurant has a hand-applied treatment on the walls to embellish the cozy entrance. This high-traffic area features a beautiful palette of soft grays, shades of white, and metallics. It sets the stage for the dining spaces.

photo by Shane Dietrich

You should consider adding different types of complementary, decorative accent tiles that are placed on several walls in your kitchen. These tiles can make the kitchen look stunning!

photo by Shane Dietrich

This master bathroom has a herringbone pattern in the heated floor, and a transom-style opening at the top of the shower for better ventilation. With the window configuration, a magnification mirror was needed for the right-hand sink.

photo by Shane Dietrich

"This parsons table is made of one solid piece of butternut maple - there are no veneers. The clients saw the piece of wood before it was shaped. I can get you furniture that is completely custom designed.

photo by Shane Dietrich

Clear glass pendants are used to keep the tile as the focal point in this colorful kitchen.

photo by Beth Singer

Mirrored tile with an antique finish was used behind the bed. There are automated blinds built into the window treatments.

photo by Beth Singer

A kitchen addition with loads of natural light and soft color palette.

photo by Beth Singer

A kitchen addition with loads of natural light and a soft color palette.

photo by Shane Dietrich

There are custom-built cabinets across from the living room furniture that flank a fireplace, which has a custom mantel The expert carpenter was able to maximize the depth of each of the cabinets, as they were not the same.

photo by Beth Singer

This renovated gourmet kitchen also has a lovely sitting area furnished with a table for dining. Hundred-year-old barn beams and extensive custom woodwork were incorporated into the overall kitchen area design.

photo by Shane Dietrich

This beautiful home was renovated through building a new kitchen in a new addition. The dining room table was custom-designed to complement the chairs around the table, which are from the client's personal collection.

photo by Beth Singer

There is a hidden icemaker within the custom cabinets that is functional and larger than the regular ones of traditional refrigerators. There is a copper hood over the range that is complemented by Pewabic tile in this gourmet kitchen.

photo by Shane Dietrich

This custom cabinet is in a master bedroom and was crafted from wood that was hand-selected well as was hand-finished. The furniture piece was designed in collaboration by the homeowner, fabricator, and designer.

photo by Beth Singer

A simple but elegant entry. Take your shoes off and stay awhile.

photo by Shane Dietrich

People sometimes overlook the importance of lighting when creating an ambient living space. The wall sconces above the fireplace were purposefully chosen with that in mind.

photo by Beth Singer

The colors of the sea were the inspiration of this bathroom. Patterns work well when other elements are kept simple.

photo by Beth Singer

This gourmet kitchen has all of the exquisite amenities that one could ask for - a custom granite counter, cabinets with stained-glass doors, and a mix of other materials were used in the remodel.

photo by Shane Dietrich

The powder room should be an elegant washroom and is typically near the living room or family room. You can see handsome wallpaper that was hung in this charming powder room along with the client’s antique mirror.

photo by Shane Dietrich

The lobby of this law firm located in downtown Pontiac was completely renovated. One of the top priorities was to create an ambience that reflects the character of the old Salvation Army building that has high ceilings, and glorious windows.

photo by Beth Singer

A warm feeling is created by the unexpected use of copper in this turret area.

photo by Beth Singer

A kitchen with a mix of traditional and contemporary elements.

photo by Shane Dietrich

This remodeled kitchen has a wall full of windows that allows for use of a darker tile color palette. Clear lighting fixtures were selected to keep the tile as the focal point. The contemporary ventilation hood works well in the space.

photo by Shane Dietrich

A pocket door divides the shower space from the toilet room so that the toilet room may be accessed from the hallway. This is for practicality and privacy. The wallpaper is vinyl so that it is cleanable and durable.

photo by Beth Singer

The built-ins balance the size and scale of the custom sliding barn door.

photo by Shane Dietrich

The elegant bar is a design original that was fully constructed in this house, which was completely gutted. The custom-designed antique glass door revealing the client’s exquisite stemware is made of hand-leaded glass.

photo by Beth Singer

There was a new contemporary master bedroom and a large master dressing room added to this home. Custom closets were added throughout the master dressing room. Everything was designed in collaboration with the homeowners.

photo by Beth Singer

This handsome man’s den was all-new construction and was built to flow with the rest of the home using some architectural elements that we could salvage from the original home and property. This very comfortable room was updated to top standards.

photo by Shane Dietrich

Tile is the focal point in this kitchen. The contemporary ventilation hood works well in the space.

photo by Beth Singer

The wood ceiling and repurposed built-in cabinets ground this handsome den.

photo by Beth Singer

This living room incorporates the original mercer tile fireplace and murals from the original farm house that was torn down.

photo by Shane Dietrich

The lush wallpaper in this master bathroom is a perfect example of how the "right" wallpaper can really make the room pop with dramatic color. The texture of the blinds over the bathtub complements the wallpaper.

photo by Beth Singer

The light from this transom window is an important design element in this back entry/stairwell.

photo by Beth Singer

This is a transitional family living room addition with attention to detail and a casual, welcoming atmosphere.

photo by Shane Dietrich

"This handsome bar has Lucian metallic tiles in the backsplash. The custom-designed antique glass door is made of hand-leaded glass, and there is a rich marble countertop.

photo by Shane Dietrich

You can see an antique desk in the hallway behind the living room that belonged to the family. The antique chair next to the desk was refinished and reupholstered. Wainscoting wall panels were applied to the walls throughout the hallway.

photo by Beth Singer

Original archways came down to create this gourmet kitchen with all the bells and whistles.

photo by Shane Dietrich

The custom-built cabinets in this transformed kitchen in Beverly Hills included a set of corner drawers that were constructed to be in the place of 'lazy Susans and make the best use of a corner for this client.

photo by Beth Singer

A transitional kitchen addition is well thought-out for the way this family lives.

photo by Shane Dietrich

This private dining space is used for both corporate and private events. Layers of paint were selected to warm the space. Metal beams were finished to look like wood. An antique armoire was adapted to become a wine cabinet.

photo by Beth Singer

The use of pedestals and a glass top keep this dining space light and airy.

photo by Shane Dietrich

This is a complete renovation that was designed to be a luxurious master bathroom created through combining two smaller bathrooms into one gorgeous bath, which includes a deluxe shower system with all the “bells and whistles.

photo by Shane Dietrich

Here you can see the dramatic transformation of a Beverly Hills kitchen. This transitional kitchen bears a contemporary edge. All the cabinets were custom built, and each cabinet has a Shaker-style door.

photo by Beth Singer

This is a master bathroom with a custom shower that has many amenities. The laundry is located behind the wood doors. Subtle lighting was installed, which is engaged only when there is movement in the master bathroom.

photo by Beth Singer

This custom-cut stone that was scribed to the wood floor is not only beautiful, but it is also very functional. The stone material helps make it easier with the cleanup of the residue created with by the wood stove.

photo by Shane Dietrich

"A handsome wine rack was built above a newly added serving area. Both are surrounded by cabinets and drawers for storage that make this new space a winner! They replace the floor-to-ceiling cabinets in this Beverly Hills kitchen. "

photo by Shane Dietrich

The client was looking for a comfortable armchair for the master bedroom, and we found a beautiful reproduction of a vintage chair. This chair makes reading a very enjoyable experience. The handsome mirror behind the armchair has an antique character.