• Arts & Crafts Bungalow
    Arts & Crafts Bungalow

    This Craftsman period bungalow features Tennessee fieldstone and cedar shake siding, along with some board and batten details to round out the authenticity.

  • Prairie Influence
    Prairie Influence

    This Prairie influenced home contains highly detailed design work from the copper roof to the custom designs on the window mullions, railings and overhangs.

  • English Cottage
    English Cottage

    This English Cottage design was enlarged to accommodate a growing family while making every effort to retain some of the historically accurate elements.

  • Empty Nester
    Empty Nester

    With empty nesters in mind, this home has most of the rooms on the first floor and borrows features from English Country homes to Cape Cod details.

  • English Country
    English Country

    Blending English and other European country influences resulted in a home with a welcoming front porch and a turret wrapped staircase.

  • Myers Park Infill
    Myers Park Infill

    This tear down was able to maintain an appropriate scale to fit in with the neighbors. The front entry details and all the window trim are Indiana limestone.

  • Old World
    Old World

    It is always difficult to find an appealing look when using numerous exterior materials. This house combines stucco, brick and stone in a complementary manner.

  • Blended Tudor
    Blended Tudor

    Like most of our work, these houses don’t always fit a specific architectural style because they were designed for their unique site and individual owner’s tastes.

  • English Tudor
    English Tudor

    From the unjointed, colored mortar to the corbels, mullions and overhangs, this residence (and detached guest house) brings back the feeling of an old English carriage home.