This Sandy Springs renovation was one of our favorite transformations of 2016, but then again we are bias towards all of our projects. :) From dark and bulky to open and bright this remodel is one for the books. BEFORE Although this might look like a lot of cabinet/storage space, it didn't function properly for the needs of our client. With the new design we were able to give ample storage but create a better flow in the kitchen. AFTER From design meeting to design meeting, i
What's all the rage with beautifully crafted wooden beams that add character, charm and that little touch of rustic finesse to really almost any space... who are we kidding, right? We know exactly what the hype is about and we love them too! Adding a beam is by no means a quick fix or easy addition, but what it lacks in time and labor it more than makes up for in impact. However, for most clients this look comes with a costly price tag. Not just the materials but the labor i
In the design world, trends come and go like mama's homemade pies, but one trend we are seeing ride the waves is WHITE. White walls, white marble and tile accents, white cabinets, counter tops, linens, furniture... you name it! Using white on white can be done, and done right, when paired with these couple of tips: 1. Soft white or true white? Decide what look you’re wanting to achieve when choosing white for a space. Although mixing whites is absolutely acceptable, it's good
We are a little loopy over the strong aroma of the granite epoxy!! Gorgeous granites were installed today in one of our Decatur renovations. Check out our Facebook page to see more mouthwatering, eye catching, and head turning pictures! ;) #Granite #Finishes #Color #texture #Design #DesignBuild #Facebook
Our best advice regarding a remodeling budget is: Have one. The second piece of advice is: Be sure it’s realistic. This is where things get a bit sticky. “Why?” you ask? Because realistic is a subjective term.
[endif] It’s always interesting when people ask us how much we think their remodel will cost. Or conversely, they will ask if $XXX is enough to cover their home project. It happens on a regular basis and it’s a difficult question. “Why?”