This kitchen was a complete gut and redo. Hickory cabinets, new counters, new plumbing and sinks, as well as new appliances. We also changed the layout to give the homeowner better use of the space and more counter area. The crown molding around the cabinet tops really set off the rustic look of hickory, with a touch of elegance.
The tile done here was inspired by the homeowner wanting the tile to turn a corner. When we added the curve to the corner as a design element the homeowner was very pleased with the outcome. It was a wonderful challenge to figure out how to get square tiles to turn a round corner. The smaller tiles were set onto the stair risers, blending the tile with the new carpet.
The extravagant nature of this design is a true work of art. Each tile had to be hand cut and placed. The homeowners were beside themselves with the turnout. Even before we were finished the homeowners were showing people the new tile floor in their home!
Here is an item that we don't usually get a lot of demand for. This twelve foot high "Old Woman In A Shoe" was part of Goosical, a play, at East Layton Elementary all about Mother Goose's fairy tales. The supports were disguised as a picket fence, and the sign on the door read Home Shoe Home. The play was great all the kids did a fantastic job.
This deck was designed fourteen feet from the ground. The composite deck was laid in a way that creates an optical illusion. This deck was built solidly, and with a bench made from leftover material as a gift to the homeowner. The homeowner was surprised with the outcome. He felt is was better than he imagined. This one is the talk of the neighborhood, and a picture of it is on display at our local home center showing what can be done with design.
We do quite a few decks, and always seem to find a way to make them extra special. With this deck, the boards were laid on an angle. Even the boards on the stair treads were angled! The deck that was there before had rotted away, and we had the opportunity to replace it with a sturdy, well built, attractive space to entertain.
Here is a tile floor designed to perfection. We use all the right materials and processes to make sure this floor will last a lifetime. The finish turned out wonderful, and we still get complements how it looks so perfect it couldn't have been all done by hand! This floor will last for years and we are proud to show it to you.
The homeowner that we built this for really got a one of a kind. This design has been featured in both magazines and websites. A patent is currently under way for the design of the laundry dresser. The homeowner wanted a way to separate colors and still have some mobility. All these baskets come out and can be replaced. We have had people even want an eight station laundry dresser after viewing this design! The homeowner shows this to everyone that comes over.
Shiver me timbers! The elementary school approached us to build a pirate ship for their play, "Pirates Natives and Zombies". Not really being trained as ship builders, we went to work. The overall height was fifteen feet, and had twenty children on it. The girl in the crows nest was only an inch or two from the ceiling with her hand! Everyone loved the ship, and commented on the realism. The children had a great time with the play and we had a great time with it too!