ProjectsOur Past Work
The Century Home 1
The Century Home 2
Another stage to this ongoing restoration was completed and includes updating the kitchen cabinets and restoring the original Pine Plank Floors. An upgrade of the hydro system as well as new thermal pane windows throughout the main floor were the practical side of the work. It was a shame to see the old seeded glass go, but unfortunately they were no longer efficient at all. They will be reused in part for other projects and for some Creative Design in the garden and on the porch!
This tiny, 570 square foot cottage in Quinte West had charm and a fantastic waterfront lot, but with only 1 tiny bedroom it felt a little claustrophobic. To take advantage of the incredible view of the Island and Lake Ontario, it was determined that adding a 2nd story was the best way to improve this structure.
It now boasts 2 comfortable bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, an open concept great room and charming sunroom/office to enjoy the peaceful lapping of the water from. Behind the scenes included a new septic system, a complete gut of the existing cottage to add structure and all new services. It is like a brand new home, but still has the charm and character that makes it feel like a place to relax!
This historic Farmhouse needed some rejuvenation and updating after serving a local family in the Farming Industry for decades. My clients fell in love with eh landscape and the charm of the home and its great bones. Looking forward to years of family getaways and rural experiences, their family wanted to make it their own reflecting their personalities, taste and lifestyle.
The homeowners purchased this beautiful lake house to use as a family Cottage. With over 2400 square feet it met their needs but had not been updated in years. Part of the home was already an addition and did not have a central heating system. These homeowners wanted to be able to use the entire space year-round so duct work was added since we already had a furnace in the main portion of the home.
This newer Bungalow in a retirement community ticked all the boxes with the exception of a sunroom. Previously there it only being a small step at the rear of the property so we undertook to add a 14 foot by 14 foot addition with a nice L-shaped deck surrounding. Many of the Finish selections were chosen to match the existing home. This space is a four-season sunroom and will be enjoyed all year round. The large cabinets are a pull-down Murphy bed for guests when they stay to be able to have some privacy at the opposite end of the home.