Room Addition

Radway Bathroom and Kitchen

Odhner Home Remodel

The homeowners, being empty nesters, were ready for a little luxury in their day to day life.  Since this house has been in their family for quite some time, and it is in a great location, they decided they wanted to stay put and add some upgrades to their home.  The homeowner grew up in the house, married and raised his children there.  There are a lot of good memories in the house that they want to continue building on.

Genovese Kitchen Addition

Campbell Addition

This place has gone to the dogs.  It was designed that way!  On the plans this room is called the "Dog Room".  That is what the homeowners call it today.  It really is a family room designed for their several dogs.  A family room that can be used by the whole family.  There are lots of windows, French doors to the outside and big double doors to the adjoining living room.  Entertaining is easy because transitions from one room to another, or even outside, are easy.

Bernhardt Residence

NARI Bucks Mont 2016 CotY submission for a residential addition

The renovation of this 1952 home nestled next to a large woodland nature preserve came with four major objectives.

Sunshine Goal:  To open up the south-eastern side wall and south-western front wall with a series of seven custom geometric windows moving from the kitchen through to living room,  accessing the sunlight that travels across the home from sunrise until sundown.

Rogers Residence

These photos of the Rogers Residence represent three projects completed over a span of about eight years. Initially, we converted an unused attic storage space to a large playroom for the grandchildren. The addition of a large rear dormer, overlooking the original deck, gave the attic the light and open feeling that makes the room inviting for the children.

Years later, when we remodeled the kitchen (featuring maple cabinetry and solid surface counters) we added a whole wall of cabinets with an accommodation for just the right sized table to retain the eat-in feature.

Sandstrom Residence

The Sandstroms are avid gardeners with extensive gardens in their large back yard. Unfortunately, their house had no back door and only two small windows in the dining and kitchen area, so they were unable to easily access and enjoy their gardens from inside the house. The solution was to build a sunroom addition with skylights, large windows and a sliding patio door with steps to the back yard. Now they can relax and enjoy their beautiful yard with a feeling of being in the midst of it, all year round!