This master bath suite replaced a 1970's dark and crowded bath. Porcelanosa fixtures were used to create a sophisticated space. Each fixture is uniquely designed to provide the maximum design components in minimum space.
Cargos Kitchen, Old Greenwich, CT
This shore beach home, built in 1895, has had a series of kitchens located all over the house. This 1998 renovation and addition was to replace a 1990 kitchen and bring back the turn-of-century look and feel while providing new amenities.
New Rochelle, NY
As part of a larger addition, the architect-client required an expanded kitchen that included a custom island that was not only functional but tied into the personality of the owner who is not only an architect but a carpenter craftsman.
Steamboat Rd, Greenwich, CT
This Victorian antique home had a very dated "80"s kitchen that needed replacing, new cabinets, fixtures, flooring and a bay window that connects the kitchen to Long Island Sound inlet.
Hazel Lane, Larchment Manor
This adorable house in Larchment had great structure and was well located but had not been renovated in 50 years.
A new kitchen using Crownpoint cabinetry, plus expanding the kitchen into the old dining room, created a large sophisticated family kitchen