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Here I share the projects that I am currently working on, or that have been newly released to the wild...or for permit, but saying I released them to the wild is much more fun.

Texas Farmhouse

I had the pleasure of working with a client that was building a house in Texas, but wanted to see how their house was going to look with their chosen materials.

We made a few tweaks, but here’s how it ended up:

So crisp and clean!

Developer Approval

Some subdivisions require you to stick to a set of guidelines that they have set out for their subdivision. This could be about colours, or materials, or really anything they want to make the subdivision look cohesive.

We sent this image to the developer to get approval on this gorgeous new house (spoiler alert: we were approved!).

Canal Craftsman

I know you can’t see the back of this place, but, just imagine this: huge covered porch. Perfect for sitting out and watching the sun set over the canal behind this house.

From Black and White to Colour

We saw this house when it was just a blueprint, remember this one?

Now we’ve made a few tweaks and added some colour. Now it looks like this:

Next step? The real thing! Can’t wait to see it!

Stunning and Sprawling

If you were to list your wishes for your dream home, would it include things like:

  • tall ceilings
  • outdoor spaces
  • a large kitchen?

Well, with 14′ ceilings, a massive screened in porch, and double kitchen islands, I’d say this house is your soul mate!

No Cookie-Cutter Craftsman Here!

Even though this house is a subdivision home, it didn’t mean we had to design it to blend in.

In fact, the more I look at the details of this home, the more it stands out. The brackets under the soffit, the posts on either side of the garage, the tapered columns surrounding the huge front porch, I’d say this one is a winner!

Large and in Charge

I was on my way to Home Depot, to buy some sort of building supplies for my never ending project list, and stumbled across this sign. Completely forgot this one was going up! It features a large, traditional house we designed to look curb-appeal-worthy on two sides since they both face a street. I’d say we nailed it (building pun intended)!

And here’s the images that were on the sign:

Bedroom Sound Barrier

If you introduce a door to the bedroom wing of the house, you can use it to keep the kiddos asleep while you entertain guests in the main area.

Glass to Max out the Views

When you back onto a pond, you cover the rear of your house with as much glass as humanly possible.

Can you just imagine the views you’d see from inside the house and from the huge covered porch?