James Street

An extensive Renovation of the main floor, rear porch, and second floor hallway of this traditional four square home. The primary goal of the renovation was to open up the rear of the home with new 8′ tall sliding doors and windows to take advantage of the view to the park yard and connect the home to the ourdoor spaces. The screen porch was renovatied, and a new deck was added to enhance the living spaces. Also, the kitchen and living room areas where opened up to make the space more functional and filled with light.

Umstead Renovation

A New mother-in-law suite was added in an unfinished attic area in this home in the Governors Club subdivision. The new suite includes a kitchen, dining, living room, walk-in closet, bedroom, and a bathroom. A new dormer was added to the existing home to provide light and views to the golf course.

Wrightwood Ave.

A new 560 S.F. cottage was added to the existing 1957 home. This new cottage …

Mill Race – Screened Porch

New screen porch addition to an existing home in Chapel Hill. The new porch blends seamlessly with the existing roof forms and the existing character of the home.

Duke Park Addition and Renovation

New master bedroom suite addition and kitchen renovation to a 1940s home. The design includes reused lumber and doors, vaulted ceilings, custom built 2-sided fireplace, and outdoor cover porches.

Burch St. Addition

A new addition towards the rear of the existing historic bungalow. This new addition provides …

Arnette – Renovation

Extensive renovations to this existing historic bungalow including a new kitchen and bathroom on the 1st floor and converting the unused attic space into a new master bedroom suite.