Engaged to shed some light on a dark and dated master bath suite, we banished the cultured marble, raised the ceiling, and installed bright clerestory windows. We crowned custom bamboo cabinets with poured concrete counters, extended to the Jacuzzi tub surrounds, and finished the space with gleaming nickel hardware, a recycled glass shower enclosure, and tumbled marble floors with radiant heating, for year-round warmth. Our clients were so pleased, they asked us to redo their family room and kitchen – to create in them the same sense of elegance and serenity. Hardwood floors emphasized the comfortable, quiet spaciousness of a newly arranged room lay-out. Quartzite counters, quarter-sawn white oak cabinetry, and a recycled glass tile backsplash combine to produce a sophisticated kitchen, all gleaming surfaces and clean lines, while rough split-faced travertine brick enriches a fireplace, bookended by built-in shelves and cabinetry, to make a strong – and practical – center in the family room.
What Others Say
As general contractors, we work with a variety of architects and interior designers. Michelle Moore is one of our favorites. Her designs are beautiful, her plans are clear and easy to follow, and her communication is thorough and timely. We look forward to working with Michelle in the future and highly recommend her for any interior project.