Below, view before and after images of our recent projects.

Chrudan Drive

In this project, we focused on making the kitchen more appealing and functional with added cabinets, beautiful marble counters, and clean 3-D subway tile. We used fresh contemporary blue and gray paint colors throughout and a dark laminate wood floor that grounds the high ceilings. The black and white patterned cement tile in the laundry, fireplace surround, and master bath add interest, along with the eclectic artwork and modern lines of the furniture.

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Red Snow Court

Earth tones against a clean light gray canvas provide an inviting and contemporary space in this three bedroom two bath classic colonial. The goal was to brighten up and modernize the dark interior. A white kitchen, updated master bath, lovely french doors, light rustic flooring, and a beautifully tiled fireplace get the job done. The beautiful trees out front create spectacular curb appeal to boot.

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Avalon Street

This home was solid, yet very outdated. We remodeled the kitchen and brightened up the space with lighter rustic floors, new white cabinetry, a HUGE island with gorgeous marble counters, and an eye-catching tile backsplash whose pattern is mimicked in the contemporary rugs.

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Harris Glen Drive

This property was outdated inside and the exterior had been neglected and was in rough shape. A kitchen refresh, master bath redo, and general cosmetic overhaul turned this home into a welcome retreat inside. This shower under the skylight was a joy to design. Outside, a new roof, windows, garage door, and siding repair and paint turn an eyesore into a sight for sore eyes.

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Oak Knoll Lane

This home’s large galley kitchen and living areas were dark, cluttered, and had an unflattering paint color. We gave this home a much needed facelift with vibrant blue hues. The blue cabinets, blue accent wall, and blue decor with yellow accents that echo the yellow glow of yard plants all come together for a bright and lively space to call home. And by adding beautiful tile inlay in the kitchen and fireplace and the striking geometrical light fixtures, we layered on a touch of sophistication to contrast the space’s almost-whimsical vibe.

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Ogden Court

This Delaware home had great bones– lots of windows and an open floor plan– but lacked character. The kitchen was underwhelming and the overall space needed some TLC. So we added a peninsula, island, granite counters, beautiful pendant lights, a gorgeous arabesque mosaic backsplash, and a wine frig. The attendant family room just needed a refresh with rich hardwood flooring, whitewashed shiplap, and a modern hung fireplace. The dining room too featured a custom wood feature wall and the continued hardwoods. We also added a faux tray ceiling was created to add more character.

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Southminster Lane

This foreclosure was filthy! But it cleaned up nicely. Contemporary decor in calming earth tones made this a cozy, welcoming home.

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Railway Place

This open-floor plan one-story already had a nice layout and airy vaulted ceiling, but it needed updating. It didn’t take much to give this home a more contemporary feel with a light blue-gray color palette and some elegant, yet homey staging.

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Dream Closet

An adjacent bedroom was closed off from the loft area and opened up to the master to create a dream closet for the woman of the home. Army green shelving was paired with lovely tufted seating, feminine draperies, soft cream rug, and an amazing crystal chandelier to create the perfect she-closet hideaway. This design is all about the feminine details!

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MacVean Lane

This house needed a total cosmetic overhaul– flooring, paint, countertops, and fixtures. Bright, welcoming decor and strategically placed picture molding completely changes the look of this home.

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Sheets Circle

The updates needed for this home were as clear as black and white! The clean contrasting finishes and tile work give this house a romantic, yet modern, feel. And our choice of this dark, reflective laminate wood helped the light bounce around the open room. (Please excuse the graininess of the old photos pulled off an old listing).

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Running Deer Road

This home was, well, quirky. Oddly placed water fountains and enclosed spaces made this place feel dark and strange.  By designing a white kitchen and opening up the space with beautiful french doors and windows, the house is transformed into a character and light-filled home.

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Modernizing the kitchen, adding beautiful wood flooring, and using bright decor makes this space feel like a different condo altogether. We also made better use of the layout by flipping the dining and living areas.


This renovation took this home from rough shape to rustic chic with the stunning wood flooring and accent walls taking center stage.


The goal with this makeover was to spice up a boring, white pallet with a modern and eye-catching color scheme.  Deep blue cabinet paint contrasts against the green tones of the side walls and red undertones of the wood flooring. And long pulls that match the stainless steel appliances and a dining area light fixture that highlights the ceiling vault give this small condo big personality.


Everything was changed out in this small, corner kitchen.  White cabinetry, marble back splash, light granite and modern fixtures and appliances completely transform this cooking area.


The inspiration for this soft yellow and gray decor? Sunny days with wispy  clouds.


This kitchen before was, well… missing. We replaced the nothing with surprising blue cabinets and a bright glass mosaic tile backsplash to match. A modern range hood, contrasting oil rubbed bronze fixtures, and striking hard wood floors offset the otherwise modern design to add interest and depth.


Soft gray and white paint, a wine frig, farm sink, and marble tile backsplash bring much needed yum to this outdated kitchen.


Brightening up this condo was the main focus. White cabinets, light-colored granite and a glass back splash that matched the fireplace surround and overcame builder grade blues. A peek-a-boo window from the kitchen to the den helped to reduce feeling closed off while in the kitchen.