While some of our clients have very clear goals and visions for their projects, others need a little guidance to see the possibilities for their home additions and renovations. It's our job to take that vision and make it work with (and add to) their existing aesthetic and structure. We do this with an extensive intake process that results in 3D renderings of our proposed remodel. Before the first nail is removed or added to your home, we make sure we are all on the same page.
Home Renovations Start with an Idea
Do you ever walk around your house and have grand ideas for changing your space?
"I want to modernize my master suite with a bathroom fit for kings and queens and a walk in closet HGTV would want to do an entire show on."
"If we knocked down this wall, we could have that open kitchen and breakfast nook we've always dreamed of."
"If only we had a second story or finished basement to give us a little more space!"
From Concept to Reality
Our job is to take these ideas and turn them into a reality.
We work with skillful architects to bring your ideas to life. With your home remodel wishlist, we create the structure to meet your function. Sometimes, your vision can be created working around your current floor plan and sometimes your vision requires wall removal or additional space.
With our years of experience working with homes in the Bucks County and Montgomery County areas in Eastern Pennsylvania, we start with your existing floor plan and square footage and assess what structure you will need. We will work hand-in-hand with your interior designer (if applicable) and our trusted vendor partners for cabinets, counter tops, flooring, etc. to make sure we get your home addition or remodel floor plan completely right before the first nail is ever hammered in.
We want you to bring your own design taste into your home renovation, because, after all, this is your home!
Below you will find some of our 3D layout renderings we built for the Larkspur project (final photos coming soon!) and the final design decisions the family made.