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peereboom

Extremely large outdoor spaces can feel daunting for homeowners to approach creatively. Renderings can demonstrate mature landscaping that could take years to evolve. In these instances, renderings can be helpful when building and planting in phases .

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gates

This proposed kitchen renovation was intended for a large space in an older home, requiring a visual perspective from several different vantage points.

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cogan

This rendering was created to help conceptualize valuable storage space in a very small bath.

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bathFinal-1

This condo bathroom was taken down to the studs and completely remodeled to accommodate a larger shower and vanity. The client was excited by the pebble accent material. We utilized software to demonstrate its application in the space and to scale the custom vanity .

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myers

This fireplace elevation helped clients envision how their specific art pieces could be integrated into the design.

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keller

Outdoor environments can be equally hard to visualize as indoor spaces. Here, the client was starting from scratch, with no existing landscaping to build upon.

By |June 12th, 2014|solutions|0 Comments
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