I was really struggling with a paint scheme for this home. I knew I wanted lots of color to go with the Arts and Crafts style, but didn’t want to get too terribly far out. I put up several sample patches on the siding until the house looked liked Dolly Parton’s ‘Coat of Many Colors.’ […]
Several years ago I visited a 1920s home in Charlotte. On the back was a sleeping porch. I’d never seen one before, but I fell in love with it. I love sleeping outside, and still sleep with the windows open whenever possible. Shortly after I saw the Stones River Farm plan, and fell in love […]
Durability management is about as exciting as it sounds. I remember a few years ago I would always meet prospects on the front porch of a house and start to discuss all of the structural advantages of our homes. I could see their eyes glazing over with that ‘just show me the damn kitchen!’ look. […]
This charming home is located in downtown Davidson. Originally built in 1937, we completely renovated the home and also added a new family room, eating area and master suite. Includes many accessibility features. The excellent design and varying exterior finishes results in a home that fits perfectly into the existing neighborhood.[imagebrowser id=14]
514 Walnut is the first house we built in Davidson Springs in the heart of downtown Davidson. Several people have told me they consider it to be the best example of infill construction in Davidson, and many others have asked whether it is a new home or a renovation. In a way, it is a […]
[imagebrowser id=7]This stunning home was inspired by the low country homes of South Carolina. The round front porch and period lighting catch the eye, and the details don’t stop once you get inside. Built in the St. Alban’s neighborhood of Davidson, NC.