This week we wanted to share a few of the stylish bathrooms we've done recently. These bathrooms are unique and beautiful. Sometimes it's easier to take design risks or steps on a space that is small like a powder room or bathroom. We hope these rooms will serve as some inspiration for future bathroom remodels
Blending traditional with modern style can be tricky. It's not always easy to see how they can blend together but in this case, having artwork interspersed throughout the house helped a lot. There's nothing more interesting than successfully blending these worlds together.
Beautiful dining area that leads into remodeled pantry. The combination of styles is blended through fine art and a love of design.
Happy Holidays from all of us at Quartersawn! Here are some highlights of this past year. Thanks for being a part of our work and growth.
One of the best additions to any basement remodel is the bar, it's a perfect feature to create a well designed lounge in your basement.
This basement was transformed from storage space and a small play area into a favorite hang out spot for family and friends. We will post more on the full basement remodel soon but for now we want to highlight this beautiful bar and wine cellar.
We work hard at creating spaces that our clients can enjoy and utilize. Having a kitchen view that makes you happy is important considering many of us spend a lot of time at the kitchen sink. Here are some examples from projects we've worked on that have drastically improved the kitchen view.
Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Quartersawn! We are grateful to work in beautiful neighborhoods with some of the greatest people around :)
Thank you to all our past clients and to all the people involved in making these projects successful.
This project was a new home built on a lot split which is a great example of an urban infill. Take a tour of the interior and check out the great companies and manufacturers we worked with on this home.
This week we are looking at Island lighting. There are so many great options out there these days it's hard to know which way to go. We want to share some of our favorite island lights with you from our past clients and hope it will spark some inspiration.
This past month our Project Manager had an opportunity to attend a seminar hosted by the Building Science Corporation. He brought back some helpful tips for keeping a tight house this winter. Here they are in no particular order:
1. When sealing a house, you get the most bang for your buck by sealing the top of the house first.
2. The majority of heat loss (30-40%) occurs through air leakage. This could be in the form of penetrations not being sealed, lighting into the attic, etc.. The 2nd biggest area (20-25%) is through the foundation.
3. Include a dehumidifier with all finished basement projects.
4. Whenever possible, insulate underneath the basement slab and on the outside of foundation walls.