Farm house sinks have evolved over time. The earliest farm houses did not have running water and any cabinets in the kitchen would be more like furniture than the built-ins we have today. A kitchen sink was usually placed next to a window to allow water to be poured into the sink from the outside. In America, sinks were initially made of stone or lead lined wood, copper, or ceramic, then eventually were made of enameled metal and then stainless […]
Something magical happens to a home with the first snowfall of the season. Around my house the kids and the animals are even more excited than I am as we run and throw snow balls. Rosie, our mini Aussie, tracks in the snow which melts on the floor while I start a fire and my wife makes hot cocoa.
The timing doesn’t always work, but when we can coordinate a photo shoot of one of our projects with freshly fallen […]
We always love it when our former clients call us back for additional work on their homes. In this case the owners wanted an open room which would be a place to play pool, entertain, and gather with family and friends. They wanted the addition to feel like a stone barn to which the main house was added, and we all agree, it really does feel like the stone addition has always been there.