Eagle Island Remodel
Our clients wanted to remodel their home to create a larger master suite, enlarge the kitchen, create a new mudroom/storage area and to add a dormer to the third floor for egress. In addition to this interior work, they wanted to update their exterior look and add a more formal, gabled entry porch.
North Shore Walloon Cottage
Our clients are from Indiana but have been coming to Northern Michigan for about 50 years. They already owned a cottage on Walloon Lake, but were ready to design and build a new cottage in its place for more room for their family. The ultimate design was completed to take advantage of the lake views and access as well as creating plenty of room for family to stay while considering aging in place. The end result is a stunning home that will be enjoyed by the entire family for generations to come.
Our clients had owned their home for many years and were finally ready to remodel. Due to several different factors, the plan changed from remodeling to starting over with a new design. The elevation of the site posed some design challenges, but the end result is a gorgeous home that maximizes the lakeview from all floors.
Our clients were relocating from the upper peninsula to the lower peninsula and wanted to design a retirement home on their Lake Michigan property. The topography of their lot allowed for a walk out basement which is practically unheard of with how close they are to the water. Their view is fantastic, and the goal was of course to take advantage of the view from all three levels. All the exterior finishes are low maintenance, vinyl, and composite materials to withstand the blowing sands from the Lake Michigan shoreline.
Cincinnati Trail Cottage
Our clients had been looking for property on Crooked Lake for years and years. In their search, the stumbled upon a beautiful parcel with a fantastic, elevated view of basically the entire lake.
Boyne City Cottage
For years, Jeff and Ellen Miller spent their vacations sailing in Northern Michigan—so they had plenty of time to check out which small harbor town they might like to retire to someday.
Our clients wanted to downsize to a 2500 – 2800 square foot home. With grown children and one of them already retired, they wanted to design their final, forever home.
Torch Lake Kewadin Remodel
We were hired to add space to their cottage while still maintaining the current architectural style. We enlarged the home's living area, created a larger mudroom off the garage entry, enlarged the screen porch and created a covered porch off the dining room and the existing deck was also enlarged.