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DUPLICITOUS DUPLEX – PART I

“It’s not the beauty of a building you should look at, it’s the construction of the foundation that will stand the test of time.” – David Allan Coe BEFORE | LIVING ROOM  Nothing brings a greater satisfaction than a happy client at the end of a project.  Well, almost anything…it’s even better when you are […]

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Modern Moroccan

“The beauty of Moroccan palaces is made up of details of ornament and refinement of sensuous delight too numerous to record.” – Edith Wharton In Morocco, 1920 BEFORE | Carved Moroccan End Tables There is a beautiful science behind Moroccan patterns and designs.  Perfectly symmetrical  filled with geometric shapes, stars and the ever popular Moroccan […]

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ORIGINATIVE OFFICE

“Imagination is everything.  It is the preview of life’s coming attractions.” – Albert Einstein  BEFORE | OFFICE SPACE We love when our clients come back to have us do additional work down the road from a completed project.  After completing an office for the head of an entertainment management group last year, we were ecstatic […]

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CHROMATIC LIVING ROOM

“Design is the contrast of the core of limitations therefore there are no boundaries.  It is simply an interpretation of creativity.” – Jenaiha Woods We love all of our design projects, and it is bittersweet when we finish a home.   It is thrilling to make our clients happy and have a mutual sense of satisfaction […]

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DASHING DINING AND ENTRY

“She specifically didn’t want a separate dining room, so we made sure we incorporated it nicely, as part of the room, but set apart.” – Jennifer Owens  BEFORE | ENTRY WAY  The first thing we see in our homes is the entry way.  No matter how small, I want people to feel excited when they […]

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