Which Countertop Material Is Best for You?

By |2022-10-15T18:19:05+00:00October 18th, 2022|Remodeling|

Which Countertop Material Is Best for You? The choice of countertop can be overwhelming when undergoing a kitchen renovation or bathroom renovation. Finding which countertop material is best for you is one of our specialties. As we start your design, we will get to know your lifestyle, your style, how you like to function in

An Elegant White and Wood Bathroom

By |2022-01-31T06:01:33+00:00November 18th, 2021|Bathrooms|

An Elegant White and Wood Bathroom Everything in our clients' small bathroom felt very squeezed in. We got rid of a cumbersome bump-out, and gaining just a few extra square feet allowed us to  replace a tub-shower combo with a luxurious shower stall.  Using an elegant white and wood color palette for the bathroom elevated

A Classic Bathroom Design

By |2022-01-18T10:02:04+00:00May 11th, 2021|Bathrooms|

A Classic Bathroom Design We recently completed a classic bathroom design in Peachtree Corners we'd love to share. Elegant marble tile, a creamy color palette, traditional millwork and botanical decor give this space a calming classic feel. Functionally, the room has a large soaking tub, a roomy shower stall, lots of vanity storage and a

A Laundry Room-Mudroom Makeover

By |2022-01-31T06:08:24+00:00October 13th, 2020|Laundry Room, Mudroom|

Elegant Style and Family-Friendly Function Karen Law and David Paine are two busy doctors with two young children. They had a stunning kitchen in their Buckhead home, but their drab laundry room-mudroom was quite the opposite. The space serves as  their family's primary entry, and wasn't serving as welcoming space or as a good drop

A Family-Friendly Basement Renovation

By |2022-10-12T06:14:37+00:00October 1st, 2020|Basements|

A Family-Friendly Basement Renovation Like most basement renovations, this family-friendly basement renovation presented a slew of challenges. But solving them was fun — in this particular project, it was part puzzle, part connect-the-dots. The biggest issue we faced was planning the program around 13 support posts that could not be moved. Hiding the posts became

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