photo by Beth Singer

A screen room for relaxing and entertaining

photo by Waterhouse

This renovated pub is inviting and holds a casual "come as you are" feeling.

photo by Janine Menlove

Custom paint finishes, crystal embellishments, and metallic textured fabrics were used to create this guest suite.

photo by Beth Singer

A rebuild in the country side

photo by Beth Singer

This man's den was new construction and built to flow with the rest of the home using archetectural elements we were able to salvage from the original home and property. Updated to top standards.

photo by Alexander Yarto

This restaurant carry out counter was given a fantastic look with Diamond plate and brick. It features functional surfaces that will stand the test of time.

photo by Waterhouse

This large family space has three separate seating areas - one for watching television, a game and visiting area, and a dining area.

photo by Beth Singer

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

photo by Beth Singer

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

photo by Alexander Yarto

Custom paneling and bar height pub tables add to this sports bar.

photo by Beth Singer

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

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 new mudroom offers functional open storage for a busy family.

photo by Beth Singer

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

photo by Jane S. Synnestvedt

A simple tile blacksplash.

photo by Waterhouse

Master suite.

photo by Beth Singer

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

photo by Jane S. Synnestvedt

A master sitting room that allows for full views in this vacation home.

photo by Alexander Yarto

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

photo by Beth Singer

The contemporary entry of this commercial building showcases company awards and memrobelia. Stainless steel, glass and metal were used to create a custom display cabinet illuminated with LED lighting and bench seat.

photo by Beth Singer

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

photo by Beth Singer

This renovated gourmet kitchen has a lovely sitting area as well as table for dining. Hundred year old barm beams and extensive custom wood work were incorporated into the design.

photo by Alexander Yarto

This restaurant and bar features custom seating in the VIP area that complimented the interior. Custom designed benches, chairs, tables and ottomans were made to finish off the space.

photo by Beth Singer

This living room incorporates the original mercer tile fireplace and murals from the original farm we tore down.

photo by Beth Singer

The wood ceiling and repurposed built-ins ground this den.

photo by Alexander Yarto

A local pizza establishment soffit highlights community with a hand painted mural. Truly a conversation piece.

photo by Alexander Yarto

Lean lines in this renovation open up the space to create a flow. the ceiling is treated with a metallic glow for reflection.

photo by Alexander Yarto

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

photo by Waterhouse

A long island allows for serving, cookbook storage and as a place for the children to gather during family meal preparation.

photo by Waterhouse

This large family space has three separate seating areas - one for watching television, a game and visiting area, and a dining area.

photo by Beth Singer

Mirrored tile with an antique finish was used behind the bed. The sofits hold automated blinds.

photo by Waterhouse

This master bedroom features a custom bed designed for the clients. The antique rug grounds the space.

photo by Beth Singer

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

photo by Beth Singer

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

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 Jane S. Synnestvedt

This lake entry bath functions well and the black & white theme holds tradition in this vacation home.

photo by Janine Menlove

The darker drapery fabric helps to balance the space with the piano in the room.

photo by Janine Menlove

Custom moldings, paint treatments and hand-carved panels were added to this Penthouse for old world elegance

photo by Beth Singer

A master bath with a shower that holds all ammenities. Laundry located behind wood doors. Subtle lighting that engages with movement.

photo by Janine Menlove

Nothing like a real zebra rug.

photo by Alexander Yarto

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

photo by Alexander Yarto

A kitchen with full window walls allows for use of a darker tile color palate. Clear lighting fixtures were selected to keep the tile as the focal point.

photo by Waterhouse

This bedroom suite holds the perfect shades of blue and yellow.

photo by Alexander Yarto

This entry to master closets and bathroom features a center window which gives a nice balance to enter the space.

photo by Waterhouse

Handmade iron stair rail. Its all in the details!

photo by Beth Singer

A fireplace made even better!

photo by Beth Singer

This custom cut stone used and scribed to the wood floor is not only beautiful, but functional. It will allow for the mess that is created with a wood stove.

photo by Beth Singer

A kitchen with a mix of traditional and contemporary elements.

photo by Beth Singer

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

photo by Beth Singer

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

photo by Waterhouse

In this renovated home the outdoors are brought inside. An existing table and chairs were repainted and repurposed in this new kitchen eating space.

photo by Beth Singer

A hidden icemaker is functional and the copper hood and pewabic tile customize this gourmet kitchen.

photo by Alexander Yarto

The top of this stairwall gives way to a reading nook.

photo by Alexander Yarto

The wallpaper warms this powder room.

photo by Waterhouse

This large family space has three separate seating areas - one for watching television, a game and visiting area, and a dining area.

photo by Beth Singer

A gourmet kitchen with all the amenities one could ask for - custom counter, stained glass and mix of materials used in the remodel.

photo by Alexander Yarto

Clear glass pendants are used to keep the tile as the focal point.

photo by Beth Singer

A small bath can be functional as well as beautiful. A custom mirror was designed to give a masculine feel to this back hall bath.

photo by Waterhouse

This bedroom suite holds the perfect shades of blue and yellow.

photo by Waterhouse

We rebuilt this mantle to add dimension. A mixture of antiques and new furnishing pull it together.