2016 Project Look BackColby Morrell
The Carthage Show House was one of our biggest projects in 2016. We were honored to take part in turning a prominent Carthage home into a designer showcase home to be sold with the proceeds benefiting the McCune – Brooks Foundation. This project was very special to us because we got to give new life to a historic property and re-imagine the function of the home, all for an amazing cause. Check out more of the Carthage House in our portfolio here.
We were so excited to finally get to share the Marlan House with you in 2016! This project was a an extensive remodel that totally transformed the existing property. A major goal for this home was to connect it with the outdoors and create bright and airy living spaces. We love the results! Check out the Marlan House here.
When this client came to us for a master suite makeover, we needed to address a few layout challenges in the space. The end result is a functional and beautiful spa like feeling that the homeowners love. Click here to see more of this gorgeous project.
2016 was also a year of traveling. We are always blessed to have client’s from around the country, and this year that came to us from South Hampton, New York. The goal was to create a restful beach home that our clients could escape the city to. You can see more of the South Hampton project here.
It’s always exciting when a client isn’t afraid of color and pattern. This was one of those projects where we had the freedom to be adventurous with the client’s favorite hues. The result is a vibrant, cozy, and personal space that reflects the individuals living there. See more photos of the Wickman House here.
Another full remodel that we shared in 2016 was this gorgeous ranch style home. We combined the owner’s love of old and new by mixing antiques and heirlooms with modern, clean lines. Check out more photos of this gorgeous project here.
This kitchen looks nothing like its old self. These clients wanted a more functional kitchen with a more modern feel. Opening the kitchen up to rest of the home was another goal on this renovation. Keep an eye out for more photos and details on this project!