This 1960's bayfront home was in dire need of updating.
After a detailed planning and selection process the remodeling began which included a complete kitchen remodel, Master bath remodel, guest bath remodel, converting a living room to a study, and major repairs and remodeling to a formerly converted Florida room.
This 1980's bay front home had the million dollar views but a home depot interior.
After a meticulous design and selection process we remodeled the home to a level of quality, beauty and comfort it had never present before.
After the window and door renovations were complete the client reported monthly energy bills hundreds less than what they were accustomed to.
This is the second client on this street who wanted to update their newly purchased 80's built Condo which had never been updated since the day it was built.
This was a second home for our client so the objective was to renovate the entire home mindful of a tight budget and resale possibilities.
The result is a very modern, clean, comfortable home.
This old beach cottage had a view that caught the eye of the new owners from Tennessee.
Unfortunately the old 1950's home had a lot of view and great access to the beach but not much else.
This home located in Bradenton Beach, Fl. has one of the best views on the bay.
The owners love it but they needed it reconfigured to meet their lifestyle, they wanted a unique look, and they wanted some updates.
This bay front home was the Long time residence of Island business owners Jim & Kathy Gloth.
Like many older homes on the Island it had great views but had long since lost its curb appeal and was quite dated.
This client wanted to give the front of his recently purchased home a little more character, functionality, and street appeal.
Our combined efforts gave the house a whole new look which included a new driveway, sidewalks, decks, trellis, and extensive landscaping for privacy. From the street it doesn’t even look like the same house.
This home located on Tampa bay has one of the best views money can buy.
However, the owners who live in Mississippi, wanted more living area, and to give it a fresh new look. They contacted Emily Ann Smith of "Designs of significance" for some ideas . A few months later, after a few changes, a few surprises, and a lot of effort, the transformation was complete.