A visionary approach to architecture and interiors that is inspired by the connection between both.
This home was inspired by classic country farm houses scattered throughout Western North Carolina. Mixed materials provide unique and interesting exterior and interior spaces. The lot is tucked up behind Taylor Ranch just outside Asheville. The architecture and interiors were done by us and perfectly reflect the home owners vision for their home.
Grand Highlands Grandeur
Bearwallow Mountain juts up, out of the far northeastern corner of Henderson County, NC. This particular lot is defined by expansive views, seen from virtually every corner in the house. This home is castle-like and inspired by French-designed country estates. It boasts a massive amount of stone and is unique among it’s neighbors.
Bearwallow Mountain juts up, out of the far northeastern corner of Henderson County, NC. It is defined by expansive views, seen from virtually every corner in the house. There is a beautiful mix of materials like stone, timbers, and glass that wrap the spaces in a warmly lit and inviting series of rooms.
This home is nestled up at the summit of Pinnacle Mountain in Blue Moon at Pinnacle Peak. It is a sprawling two-level mountain home with a carriage house. There is an impressive entry and priceless views of Hendersonville, Fletcher and Asheville.
This home, the Comfortable Transitional, is very much a classic with some contemporary twists. It sprawls across a notch in the land and makes great use of the property.
There is an homage to the Craftsman style with the front porch and repetition of grids and geometric beam work. It’s has a timeless style and blends form and function nicely.
Stained cherry wood is throughout, along with the floor and cabinetry. The exterior and interior designs are straight forward and have a certain coziness that makes its indoor and outdoor spaces naturally comfortable.
Laurel Park Panorama
The Laurel Park Panorama is a relatively well-known home that sits on the edge of a mountain overlooking Hendersonville, NC. It had eccentric wood choices and various challenges to over come with the previous construction.
We leveraged some of these challenges to accentuate the contrast of materials. Virtually every surface was refreshed, restored or updated.
The combination of finishes, materials and lighting selections really makes this mountain top home a true gem.
Fifties Fixer Upper
This home was vacant for several years and was purchased with resale in mind. A second floor was added and the entire exterior and interior spaces were redesigned with form and function in mind for the next homeowners. Craftsman touches were added and interior spaces were opened up along with a relocation of the kitchen and two additional bedrooms and baths were added in the new second floor.
Calming Country Club Condo
This project started as an outdated, detached condo in Kenmure Country Club. The owners live elsewhere but wanted to renovate in preparation for retirement. The floor plan was opened up so the kitchen, dining and living spaces could be connected for entertaining and family time. Every surface was updated including wire-brushing the oak floors to look hand scraped.
This client utilized all of our services including architecture, interior design and project management.