Updated Landing

Thank you all for being patient with us the last few months! As I neared the end of my pregnancy, things went a little haywire. And then we welcomed our sweet baby girl and things were again crazy. AND then we had holiday markets and pop-ups for our custom sign business, so this poor little blog hasn’t been updated in a while! BUT we’re baaaaaack!

A few months ago we finished out a landing space and turned it into an actual room with a closet instead of just a landing.

We added beautiful laminate floors (which totally don’t look like laminate) and trimmed out the space to match the rest of the house.

Once we built out the space and closed it off, it was completed!




Southlake Utility Building

A neighborhood we've been working with had a pump station with a broken down shed surrounding it in the middle of their beautiful pond entrance. They wanted a new building - one that was beautiful and matched the rest of the outdoor area. 

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A little house wrap and chopped stone go a long way!!

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Double-Window Bathroom Renovation

In Dallas, the sunken tub was a norm in most homes built in the 50/60s. MOST of our clients want it gone, which is understandable. BUT with that space, comes many options. Keep the space and make a shower? Expand the space and make a shower? Turn it into a closet? Make up seating area? There are so many choices for what that space can house. One of our clients decided to remove it and expand it to create a double shower. It is STUNNING and we love the space it created for them. We turned their old shower (which was hidden behind a wall in the dark) into a second closet for their master bathroom. 

We love a good before shot! 

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Large subway tile and a glass shower door will add brightness and openness to an enclosed space. 

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Next up was grout and paint! We love this beautiful space and we know you will too!!

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