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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.

European Inspiration

This home is hot off our desks!

It has a bit of a European flair with the arched roofs, faux balcony and abundant use of stone.

Jack and Jill Bathrooms

It’s quite popular in my area to have two children’s bedrooms sharing a bathroom. Here are a couple ways that you can achieve this:

One way is for each child to have their own vanity and then through a door is the common toilet and bathtub/shower.

Another way is for the kids to share a common vanity area with the toilet and tub/shower in a separate area, so one can be having a shower while the other brushes their teeth.

For your own designs, account for about 7’x12′ for the top example and 6’x12′ for the bottom (although this one could be squeezed down to 5’x11′).

Traditional Farmhouse

These clients are building a house on a large piece of farm property and wanted to see what their more modern material selections looked like on their traditional design.

I think it turned out pretty nice!

New Model Home

Excited to see this home get started! Three car garage, wood accents, lots of curb appeal. I put on a sample colour scheme, somewhat a mix between coastal and craftsman with light colour stone and brick and blue-ish siding, but I’m excited to see the combo that the interior designer chooses.

Multipurpose Mudrooms

I love when mudrooms serve multiple purposes.

This one has plenty of space for the whole family to pile into the house at once.

It also is easily accessed from the backyard in case someone is out swimming and needs to go to the bathroom (and the flooring would be water resistant as well).

Plus, this is where you can easily access the bonus room above the garage.

If it were my home? I’d add a dog wash so the muddy dog doesn’t have to be carted all the way through the house to the main bath tub. Perfection!

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!