photo by Beth Singer

A beautiful barrel-vaulted mahogany ceiling replaced the original beveled drywall version. Virginia Tile slate and porcelain floors, with Henredon sofas, Fabricut drapery, and Robert Allen drapery hardware.

photo by Beth Singer

Redesigned kitchen has entertaining, cooking and eating all in one space. Large island was added with new aesthetic details in stone veneer, granite and quartz counters and wraparound bar. Cabinets by Extraordinary Works.

photo by Beth Singer

Custom cabinets from Extraordinary Works shows storage area behind stone column and iron details in custom cook top hood. Virginia Tile patterned backsplash, drapery fabric from Duralee.

photo by Jeff Garland

Removing cold, glass block shower walls transformed bath into a relaxing retreat. The client's beloved art softens the fireplace. Chair from RJThomas, next to high-tech jetted tub. Virginia Tile.

photo by Scott Galloway

The living room inspiration began with an abstract painting placed on heavily textured stone. Sleek furniture lines and plaid wallpaper create a transitional/eclectic mix. Hunter Douglas shutters control light and privacy.

photo by Jeff Garland

RJ Thomas Hickory White table and chair set in painted finish gave new life to a traditional kitchen. Schumacher, Kravet and Beacon Hill fabrics adorn new window dressings, with coordinated area rugs.

photo by Beth Singer

New master bath has grayed beige cabinets with chocolate glaze and mirrored tower storage units which rise to meet a pyramid of decorative windows. Virginia Tile Autumn Brown Limestone on floor with quartz countertops.

photo by Beth Singer

His & Hers showers are the ultimate luxury featuring steam shower with music feature, body sprays, and adjustable lighting. Cercan Tile and Virginia Tile featured with river rock shower floor, glass block lighting feature.

photo by Jeff Garland

Unique half circle windows can create a challenge in designing drapery but this custom made wood cornice accentuates the architecture of the windows while supporting flowing silk from Fabricut and fancy trim from Kravet.

photo by Scott Galloway

Moving from sunny Georgia, this client insisted on a bright interior. Selections included Benjamin Moore Hawthorne Yellow walls, and drapery in palms, birds, and monkeys to gracefully swag the windows.

photo by Beth Singer

Remodeled open floor plan features wraparound bar between living room and kitchen for stylish entertaining. Henredon, de Grimme & RJ Thomas furniture, floor from Virginia Tile, Kravet Fabrics, Extraordinary Works cabinets.

photo by Beth Singer

A turret always adds great interest architecturally. This one came to life when custom millwork was added to ceiling details. Larger windows with arched transoms, floor medallion and chandelier enhance traditional styling.

photo by Scott Galloway

This kitchen needed a new look for pickled oak cabinets. Redesigning with Winfield Thybony bronzed wall covering, lighting, granite and cabinet hardware showcase the cabinets in an exciting new look and it saved replacement expense.

photo by Scott Galloway

As a foreclosure purchase, this home became an extreme make-over project. Budget grade fixtures and bad design elements were replaced and with the designer’s help, the investment project was turned into an inviting home.

photo by Jeff Garland

Hickory White furniture from RJ Thomas created the perfect room for a daughter in college to come home to. Faux silk and bedding fabrics from Kravet used to make repeated pull-up swags in bay window with a plush seat cushion.

photo by Jeff Garland

Custom woodwork added to raise height above fireplace. New color scheme adds warmth in walls, patterned area rug and color accents in room. Swagged window treatments in Schumacher wool fabric add interest in top half of room.

Birmingham renovation included new addition that expanded a small kitchen, which is now a family gathering place. Backsplash from Virginia Tile.

photo by Scott Galloway

This bathroom features cabinetry with all the extras for grooming and storage in a black glazed finish that enhances original white marble. Virginia Tile mosaics, a sisal rug and towels in soft gold warmed the room.

photo by Beth Singer

Furniture style bath vanity features glass sink that is back-lit. Slate floor from Virginia Tile.

Historical Schumacher wall coverings completed the authentic Salt Box style interior which reflects the old New England look of the 1800's in early America.

photo by Scott Galloway

A scrolled iron spiral staircase, highlighted by a Kichler chandelier, leads visitors up through the office. Virginia Tile porcelain covers the floor and 2-story walls are enhanced by raised panel detail in wood and paint.

photo by Jeff Garland

Fresh as spring, this new master bedroom features Schumacher, Fabricut, Pindler, and Robert Allen fabrics in gorgeous drapery treatments and bedding.

photo by Scott Galloway

Living room Precedent sofas now face each other for better conversation area with a chaise for reading. The varying shades of taupe coordinate with the fireplace and traversing drapery from Fabricut replaced vertical blinds.