Move-In Ready.

April 15th 2014

Last week we finished up our biggest project of the year, a 3500 sq. f.t renovation and 3000 sq. ft. addition of a 1940’s tudor style home. Yes… on the large side! With the redesign, I wanted to stay authentic to the tudor style while updating certain elements to give it more of a modern luxury feel… hello marble slab steam shower!

Before our clients moved in, I had Dorotheé Brand of Belatheé Photography photograph her way through the home. Here are a handful of my favorites shots. You can see more on our website.

p.s. – I suppose I should recant what I said earlier… we aren’t quite finished. Still waiting on a couple powder room wallpapers, a backordered pot filler, and these amazing exterior lights that I can’t quite get final approval on. (Crossing my fingers.)

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6 comments

  • Olga

    Nicely done! I’ve been into similar-style homes in the area, and I can imagine what you had to work with. This is amazing! I especially love the paneling and the marble shower walls in the master bath, and the marble slab backsplash in the kitchen. And the black windows – beautiful.

  • Olga

    Oh, yeah, I’m the biggest fan:) Can’t wait to see what you do for your new house, the Pinterest board looks soo good – love the brick, the cement, the white floors… does it mean you are starting soon?

  • Julie

    GORGEOUS, Katie!

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