When we started this NYC Loft project, we basically had 2,000 sq ft of open canvas – the possibilities were endless! First, we started with the upper level, which held the kitchen and bathroom. Because it was in such good shape, we only needed to complete some minor cosmetic changes. However, the lower level was a different “story”, and required much more attention! The downstairs was a complete open layout with no dividing walls, and therefore little privacy. After discussing the potential options with our client, we decided to maximize the functionality of the space. We were able to successfully transform this open area into two bedrooms. Finally, we included a common space between the bedrooms, which contains a study, an office and an open concept closet. Ultimately, this completed loft project gave our client flexibility, functionality and privacy – all in one.
This was a personal project of ours. When we first moved into our home, our patio was… small! To say the least. Hardly any room for a grill or patio chairs, let alone entertaining! We decided to extend the patio further into the yard.
This home in Center City is used as an Airbnb property. Our client needed a quick turnaround and wanted modern decor that would be palatable for everyone.
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 home in Society Hill had a staircase with a much needed renovation. After structurally assessing the existing railing, we decided much more fortification was required.