This original 1969 Carefree residence was loved back to life, giving it a light Southwest ranch feel by opening it up and raising the roof to take advantage of the views. Artisans used smooth and tumbled travertine for floors and baths. Alder wood cabinets and doors were installed throughout. Noche satillo was used for outdoor areas accenting the Southwest desert palette.
Urban French Country
This lovely, longtime residence on more than a half-acre in West Sedona was in serious need of a makeover. The ranch style four bedroom home was given an urban French country feel with lots of stone, off white shaker cabinets and warm woods throughout. Modern baths along with barn doors in all the right places completed a simple – yet classic style with the gorgeous red rocks of Sedona the finishing backdrop.
Las Vegas Redesigned
This dated property 10 minutes from the Las Vegas strip needed a complete overhaul. The 1980’s 6 bedroom house was remodeled from head to toe. A crisp modern look was desired for the 6000 sqft. residence. With the use of glass, quartz, ledger stone and hardwoods – clean lines and new design elements gave the home an exciting and up-to-date feel throughout.
The charming town of Clarkdale was the perfect location to find a bit of Arizona history and love it back to life. This historic 1913 miner’s cottage was one of the earliest homes in the area and part of the country’s first ‘master planned’ community by founder and businessman William Clark. Blending old and new was an exciting challenge in this 2- bedroom bungalow. Keeping it light was important to create a larger feel to living spaces. It’s a fresh take on a nostalgic era.