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Apr 02, 2020

Many of the projects we take on at LCR are bathroom remodels. While cabinets, countertops, plumbing fixtures, and lighting are all essential elements of any bathroom design, it seems that more and more the shower is the star of the show. So how do you create a unique and spectacular focal point in your shower? This week we are sharing some ways to add unique detail to your shower.

 

Niche's

One great way to add some intersting detail to your shower is through niches. A niche …

Mar 25, 2020

2020 is well underway, and what a year it has already been! Today we are sharing five things we are seeing gain traction in home design as 2020 continues.

 

1: Dark Painted Interior Doors: this is a trend we have seen pop up more and more in the past few months. To create the best effect, keep trim (crown, base trim, and door trim) light and choose a dark gray or black for the interior doors. You can use this trend to create a focal point by applying this …

Mar 23, 2020

Last year we completed a remodel of a wonderful lake house. The main undertaking was the kitchen and adjoining living room. Today we are sharing some before and after pictures of this project so you can see what a grand transforamtion it was! As always, you can see more before and after projects under the "Photo Gallery" tab on our homepage.

 

Before: This space was a bit dark with lots of paneling, woodwork, and a large brick fireplace that contributed to a rather heavey visual feel in …

Feb 24, 2020

We had the privilage of working with a client to renovate their in home office. The client wanted to create a space for their children to work on homework and the adults to have an orgainzed space to work. We removed existing carpet, added hardwood flooring, created this custom desk/shelving system, and painted the walls a studious dark blue. The space turned out wonderfully! Take a look for yourself...

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Dec 16, 2019

Only 15 more days left of 2019, here are a few more of our favorite 2019 projects:

 

This condo became a bright, open, and welcoming space:


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This bathroom full of black and white elegance and amazing tile work: