This beautiful home in Society Hill had a staircase that was in great need of a renovation. After assessing the structure of the existing railing, we realized that it was going to require much more fortification. So, we ripped out the existing railing and found a structurally sound way to complete the installation of the new railing. Next, we proceeded to choose from the stock choices available for the remainder of the stairs. After completing the installation, we moved onto the staining and sealing process to protect the new wood. Now, not only is the staircase structurally sound, but it also fits the style of the home perfectly.
Fine woodworking is a tedious, yet rewarding art form. After taking a look at the Walnut Bathroom, we think you’ll agree that this project speaks to that sentiment. It is currently our largest custom woodworking project to date.
This project was off to a good start with the home owner having a ready eye for design. First there was the removal of all flooring/carpeting and stair balusters in the home. After that we replaced the flooring with a matte Acacia hardwood.
This home, located in Queens Village of Philadelphia, was in desperate need of some love. The homeowner was on board for a full house remodel, so we worked our way through – from top to bottom.
When we started this NYC Loft project, we basically had 2,000 sq ft of open canvas – the possibilities were endless! The first floor held the kitchen and bathroom, which thankfully only needed minor cosmetic changes. After completing the first floor, we shifted our attention to the lower level.