Part of our job as designers is giving our clients enough guidance in their selections to create a sustainable space. Once we understand your vision and your taste, we will advise you the most viable materials for your project. The quality of your renovation will be as good as the materials used. The best way to enjoy your project’s result is to have low-maintenance selections throughout.

As far as bathroom projects go, glass is a practical, stain-resistant, and easy to clean choice. Modern tempered glass is a stunning and timeless element to use. Glass tolerates moisture and it is extremely enduring. It can also be used to make a small-sized bathroom seem larger. Glass doors, panels, or enclosures are a great way to add beauty and a sense of spaciousness to any bathroom.

If you are leaning away from tile flooring, engineered hardwood is a viable option. Engineered hardwood floors give you the look of natural wood without the concern for moisture damage! It is an affordable and sensible choice.  Engineered hardwood will not move or warp throughout the year, and the maintenance is cost-efficient. This material is a great way to integrate the spaces in your home because it can be used in any room!

The quality of your renovation will be as good as the materials used. The best way to enjoy your project’s result is to have low-maintenance selections throughout.

Waterproof materials are a staple in a bathroom or kitchen project. We can look back to ancient Rome for many of our functional origins, and tile is one of them. Tile is a waterproof selection that will bring as much visual appeal as it will practicality. Tile has a plethora of styles, finishes, and color. You are bound to find suitable tiling for your space. Tile is extremely durable and affordable. While tiles selections can seem limitless, we do advise against using small tiles in large areas. Small tiles mean more grout lines. Grout lines can amplify the look of your tiling, but you want to factor in the cleaning required for your new walls or floors.

When it comes to cabinetry, each project is different. We can do pre-made cabinets, semi-custom, and full-custom cabinets. It depends on you and your budget which route you would like to take cabinetry wise. Just like all other aspects, we can offer our expertise to help get you the results you are seeking. We will make sure to give you a nice-looking and completely functional set of cabinets wherever you would like them in your home.

In the past three years, all our projects have included quartz countertops. There are various reasons behind this. Quartz is within the same price range as other high-end countertop materials like marble, granite, and concrete, but it provides more. Quartz is more heat-resistant, and slightly more forgiving than other materials so chipping, or cracking is unlikely. Due to its non-porous surface, quartz is the most sanitary, stain-resistant, and most low maintenance choice. Quartz countertops go well with both light and dark colored cabinets, making them very versatile.

Ceiling treatments are not the first thing that comes to mind in a renovation project, but they have plenty of potential to add definition to your space. Just because you may have character in your walls or floors, does not mean you have use traditional flat drywall ceiling! Whether you are going for a subtle ceiling that will simply complement the rest of the room, or you are looking to bring drama into the space, there are options for all of that when it comes to ceiling design.

MSI Quartz – Gray Lagoon Quartz Countertop and Full Height Backsplash

Quartz Countertop

As a key step in our renovation project process, we will invite you into our showroom to make final material selections. It is best to see certain materials in person, rather than just seeing photos online. We can use anything you would like in your design, or if you do not know where to begin, we are happy to give you the necessary guidance. We are here to get you the renovation results you are envisioning, so feel free to contact us to tell us about the project you have in mind

ceiling design

                                    Ceiling Design

large bathroom tile

                              Large Bathroom Tile

Engineered Hardwood

                                    Engineered Hardwood