This addition and remodel of a bungalow in the Houston Heights was recognized by the Houston Heights Association as a finalist for the 2018 Community Improvement Residential Award.
This bungalow in the Heights received a modern makeover to the interior as well as a large 1,375 sq. ft. addition of livable space. The charming exterior complies with HAHC regulations while the interior met the homeowner's modern aesthetic.
What was once a historic brick home in Houston is now a modern artist's haven. Throughout the house and 3,000 sq ft addition are large aluminum windows that allow ample natural light, as well as simple, modern finishes so the artist's work remains the center of attention.
This luxury custom home was built to achieve energy efficiency without losing a tasteful first impression in every room. Built in storage and open concept design accent the homeowner's desire to control the space they have, rather than the other way around.
As a world-class hunter, this home owner wanted a designated area of the house for displaying his trophies and hosting events. So we crafted a home addition complete with a full in-home bar, large living space, and built-ins to maximize display space.
This modern farmhouse design was built on Adele to reflect a contemporary style while remaining energy efficient. This design was inspired by Austin and the surrounding Hill Country. Even with a compact urban footprint, this home features multiple porches and outdoor spaces.
The most notable change to this historic home remodel is the second story addition that added to the space while maintaining the neighborhood's charm and historic feel. This home features red oak flooring, antique doorknobs, a craftsman mahogany door, and much more.
This historic home remodel in the Houston Heights neighborhood features a new master bedroom and an entire first floor remodel. Every selection was made by the home owners themselves. Scattered throughout the home are elements of the original home that were maintained to keep its historic feel.
This beautiful Houston Heights remodel was done to bring this classic historic home into the 21st century while incorporating some of the original features. We salvaged wood from the original space to transform materials of the past into eye-catching accents of the present.
With incredible emerald-green cabinets and eye-catching floors, this beautiful home was completely rebuilt after the effects of Hurricane Harvey. All while the home owners took residence in a different country!
This modern style home draws attention with its outdoor commercial modular brick design and rain screen accoya wood siding! The goal of this remodel was to create a modern feel with clean unique features inside and out.
This authentic home lives in the Tanglewood neighborhood, and reflects original character, integrated with elegance and high-end finishes. With tasteful reclaimed features such as doors originally from France and a custom made wood countertop, this kitchen capitalizes on the French Country Style.
This home in the heart of Lindale Park is not necessarily considered historic but remains timeless in its design. From the spacious master bathroom to the additional storage in the kitchen, this home is perfect for accommodating a growing family.
This gorgeous remodel lies within the heart of the Historic Heights District. This home tremendously grew in size, 2,000 square feet to be exact. This includes the addition of a garage with a bonus room, for all of your storage needs!
This gorgeous French country-style home is located in the heart of the Garden Oaks Neighborhood. The unique custom-built shutters complement the stone, slurry brick finish and stained cedar elements on the exterior of the home.