Recently, we had some clients from Burleson, TX, contact us with a unique request: they wanted to convert an existing storage shed into a greenhouse-style potting shed. With retirement on the horizon, they hoped to pursue more of their favorite hobbies, which include gardening. They knew their existing 16×24 storage building had some great potential after seeing a garden shed our team designed for a friend of theirs several years ago. After discussing their hopes and ideas for the shed, our team was able to bring their project to life! See the full story on our blog post.
If you follow Medford Design-Build on Facebook or subscribe to our e-newsletter, you know that we recently completed a whole house remodel in a 1970’s home in Arlington, Texas. We posted the first blog in our 4-part series for this project last month, starting with the kitchen. This month, we’re excited to share the beautiful updates we completed in the living spaces!
Our recent clients wanted to update their 1980’s Southlake home to better meet their needs. As it was, they used a small guest bedroom as their home office – a very crowded room that lacked the storage space and functionality needed for an individual that works from home. Unfortunately, this is often the case for homeowners that have a makeshift workspace. Luckily, these clients had a large upstairs bonus room that was not in use – the perfect area to be converted into a spacious home office!
Our recent clients wanted to be able to close off their dining area from the neighboring sunroom without losing the natural light it provided. They shared an inspiration photo with us and we were able to install a wall with identical sliding glass doors and luxury vinyl plank flooring in the newly created hallway. The finished project looks great and our clients are thrilled!!
Our recent clients loved to host get-togethers of large groups of people in their home. They enjoyed socializing and desired a place guests could sit, mingle, have a few cold ones, and watch the game. As large as the existing living room was, it just didn’t meet the needs of the clients when it came to entertaining guests. The idea was brought up to convert the formal dining room into a rustic home bar — complete with backlit display shelves, an under-counter wine fridge, granite counter tops, and big screen TVs — and the clients were beyond excited! Our talented design team began to draft up ideas for the look and functionality of the remodeled room, and the project was quickly underway.
Our recent clients in Arlington, Texas are thrilled to have completed the long-awaited kitchen and bar remodel of their 1975 home. They told us at our first meeting that they had been dreaming of this kitchen for over 20 years! The Medford Design-Build team was grateful for the opportunity to help bring their dream to life. By removing low-hanging soffits and multiple walls and thresholds throughout the heart of this home, the entire space feels bigger, brighter, and more open. What a stunning transformation! See the project blog for more details.
Check out this fun custom project: We transformed our client’s small coat closet into a swanky wine cellar!
Check out this beautiful fireplace we recently remodeled for our clients in Arlington!
Our client had a dull, boring fireplace that matched her walls. After meeting with our owner and discussing what she had in mind, we were able to install beautiful charcoal colored stacked stone to create a stunning new focal point for her living room!