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1930's Colonial Revival

The timeless white kitchen gets an updated twist with an espresso stained island and slate backsplash. The quartz counters give a classic understated look with function and durability. The tiffany style pendants offer style and interest with a period touch. The espresso stain is continued onto the desk and TV built in that extends into the family room. The master bathroom echoes the espresso and white millwork combination by pairing the espresso vanity with a white panelled tub surround and white vanity mirror. The walk-in shower showcases a classic white wall tile accented by a beautiful charcoal lily listello. The front entrance gets a sense of grandeur with the addition of wall paneling up the staircase and a crystal embellished chandelier. The dark wood flooring and stair treads offer a stunning contrast with the white of the panels, stair risers and spindles.






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Lawrence Green

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Diane and Vince Grdina

"We had the pleasure of working with Sarah on the construction of our new home. We had a lot of fun working with them and found them always thoughtful, mindful, and professional. We would highly recommend their firm and would use them again without hesitation."

Pete Rackow

"We were immediately impressed with Sarah's ability to assess our needs and understand the type of home my wife and I wanted for us and our 3 boys. Her attention to detail is flawless and every inch of our fully renovated home is thoroughly thought through. I felt like they cared about our home as much as we the homeowners did."