Boomerang House Whether or not the rumor is true that Frank Lloyd Wright sketched the plan for this iconic 1947 home on the back of a napkin, one thing is for sure- it’s walls of glass dissolving the lines between indoors and out were way ahead of their time. While the kitchen had been recently…

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New Century House This is a new construction home designed by Giulietti Schouten & Weber Architects.  During the design process, the homeowners contacted us to help infuse the interiors with a deeper layer of Mid-Century style. This home features two living rooms, and five and a half bathrooms, as well as a guest house with…

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Sylvania Remodel The homeowner had gone around and around with the cabinet maker to update their kitchen before hiring us to help them come up with a design. Through our intake and interview process, we quickly homed in on their vision and designed a kitchen that instantly clicked with exactly what they wanted. Their outdated…

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Thomas Midcentury The homeowners fell in love with the amazing original features of this midcentury home, including a dramatic folded wood wall in the living room. With each update, we strove to use the language of the original architecture, while embracing a modern sensibility. This project included a new kitchen, master suite, and bathrooms, in…

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Waverly Colonial This charming colonial from the ’40s still had its original kitchen and butler’s pantry, which were dark and disconnected from the rest of the house. The clients love to cook and entertain, and wanted to open up this space to the rest of the first floor. The challenge here was marrying the rustic…

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Glisan House After designing their kitchen, this family has had us back over the years to also design the basement and bathrooms in this historic Tudor-style home. The original kitchen was blocked off from the back yard by a cramped eating nook, hallway, and powder room. We re-imagined the space, opening up the kitchen to…

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Oswego Redesign The clients loved their home and its bucolic setting but had outgrown the cramped interior. The home was completely redesigned and expanded to add a new second floor, with family bedrooms and a new master suite. On the first floor, the spaces were redesigned to create plenty of space for family and friends…

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