For this kitchen, the most important thing to the client was having it be open to the rest of her home.
We designed and built a small library and TV room in this historical home.
We transformed a spare room into a bright and cheery nursery.
This kitchen remodel opened up a pass-through to the dining area, and added 2 entire walls of cabinet space.
This Chicago bathroom remodel on Southport was a gut and expansion.
Think white appliances are out of style – think again.
A 70’s high-rise condo (38th floor) in Chicago’s Gold Coast gut remodel and interior design.
This may be one of the most beautiful bathroom remodels that we’ve ever done.
This kitchen is in one of the famous brick row houses found in the Lincoln Park neighborhood.
This remodel honored the Bungalow tradition, but also allowed for a creative and colorful side to emerge.
We went for a modern look in this bathroom. The overall look is very Zen and peaceful, yet also stark.
Like most Chicago “city” bathrooms, they are small – you have to make the most of the space available.
A Traditional Chicago Bungalow Kitchen with an eclectic twist.
Gray and yellow kitchen remodel with a subway tile backsplash containing a glass mosaic trim.
Strong colors, a new floor, and hand painted tiles distinguish this kitchen from most Bungalow kitchens.