This Mountain Contemporary secondary bathroom features a vertical mosaic tile that runs down the shower wall, continues over the shower curb, and then onto the floor.
This new kitchen was designed in a Mountain Contemporary Style. Flat panel Australian Walnut and Java Maple cabinets were used as well as stainless steal appliances and open shelving
In this Denver 1904 Craftsman style home we removed the wall between the kitchen and the dining room in order to create a beautiful large kitchen that works with the style of the home. A built in banquette was created for the kitchen eating area. The ceiling beams in the original dining room were replicated and added to the new kitchen ceiling in order the unify the new space.
This new kitchen in Arizona was designed with adobe influences in the ventilation hood and in the lighted niches above the cabinets.
In this Arts and Crafts kitchen remodel I redesigned the space by moving the patio door, and then created a lighted post in the kitchen peninsula and designed a cabinet partition between the eating nook and the family room which displays the client’s pottery collection and hanging leaded glass panel.
This contemporary mountain home has a recessed niche over the fireplace that showcases a lighted custom art sculpture.
A floating cabinet vanity and concrete counter top are great details in this contemporary bath.
Built in his and her vanities with great lighting made this master bath a wonderful place to get ready for the day.
This contemporary mountain kitchen in a new home is great for entertaining friends after a day of skiing or hiking.