Kitchen and Bath Designer Profiles

Anna Aycock — Brentwood

Company Name: Designs by Anna Aycock/Tuscan Homes, Dino Elefante

Describe your enthusiasm for kitchen/bath design:  I love kitchen and bath design, particularly remodels. I have been a designer for over a decade, but my personal experience remodeling my own kitchen three years ago ignited my passion for kitchen and bath design.

What is your kitchen/bath design background: My kitchen/bath design background comes out of several years of experience in walking thru the design process, both new construction and remodels with my clients. I am also ASID Allied. Dino Elefante builds and remodels custom homes because he wants to deliver creative vision for excellent value.

Describe the project shown: This bathroom remodel is the collaborative success of Anna Aycock, Designs by Anna, and Dino Elefante, Tuscan Homes. It was a complete transformation from “blah to spa.”. The atmosphere created a welcoming and romantic master bathroom.

Your favorite part of the project: My favorite aspect is the tub with the canopy and niche. The bathtub feels like it is in a private room.  My clients preferred showers over baths before the remodel. Now I expect that they will enjoy their tub daily.

Your largest challenge: The biggest challenge was incorporating the existing stained glass window into the shower area. We decided to create a curved wall to contain the wet portion of the shower and allow the entrance to pass by the glass window.

Tips for homeowners: When designing or remodeling a kitchen or bathroom, hire a designer with vision to offer solutions that might not have occurred to you.

Contact Information: http://www.designsbyanna.20m.com, 615/ 794-7561.

Paxx Burk — Franklin, Kentucky

Company Name: Burk Construction

Describe your enthusiasm for kitchen/bath design: I’m a general contractor, but I do all the kitchen/bath designs on my jobs. I enjoy the design part of all my projects. I enjoy taking the elements that my clients want in their kitchens/baths and designing something that is eye appealing yet flows well.

What is your kitchen/bath design background: Experience is one of the best teachers. Having been a general contractor for 10 years and a  
superintendent for construction companies prior to that has given me a lot of experience making clients’ dreams come true.

What is essential for the successful design of a kitchen: Kitchen and bath design has become a big part of the design of a home. In a  
kitchen, placement of appliances and windows are the first step. In both kitchens and baths, fixture and appliance locations must be determined first, then the client’s choice of cabinetry, countertops, flooring, and hardware.

Describe the project shown: The client wanted to design the kitchen of this home to compliment the home itself, which utilized vintage timbers and synthetic stone. I made and installed the walnut cabinets, beadboard walls and ceiling, pine hardwood floors, and granite countertops.

Your favorite part of the project: The beadboard behind the walnut cabinets in the kitchen really sets the kitchen cabinets off.

Your largest challenge: This was a very time-consuming project since I and my crew personally shop-made many of the elements. Getting all the work completed in timely fashion was a challenge.

Tips for homeowners: Clip photos out of several different magazines that you like prior to meeting with your designer/builder. This gives him/her an idea of what to incorporate into your design.


Carolyn Campbell — Nashville

Company Name: Carolyn Campbell Interiors

Describe your enthusiasm for kitchen/bath design: I was the first licensed building contractor in Louisiana, long before kitchen design became a specialty. Men built houses and were responsible for their design and they did not cook. Consequently, kitchens left a lot to be desired. Here I was a good cook—a builder—I was a natural and immediately got into kitchen design. Later when I got a degree in interior design, I just kicked it up a notch. First of all, a kitchen must function efficiently, second, make it beautiful!

What is essential for the successful design of a kitchen: What do you do in your kitchen? More to the point, what don’t you do? The kitchen forms the backdrop for a large part of what constitutes everyday living. The first step is to learn how the client lives.

Your favorite part of the project: I love the contrasting materials and finishes on the surfaces. This is a tried and tested way of adding depth of character to a room. I love tile backsplashes and this kitchen has a large chopping area, made of wood, that is very functional.

Tips for homeowners: Fill your kitchen with as much light and air as you can, and make it as open as you can. Do not make it too large.  Have a spot for a quiet drink and to swap news at the end of the day if space allows. Ventilation that provides sufficient air flow is important and often overlooked.

Jackie Cox — Nashville

Company Name: Carolyn Campbell Interiors

Describe your enthusiasm for kitchen/bath design: I was the first licensed building contractor in Louisiana, long before kitchen design became a specialty. Men built houses and were responsible for their design and they did not cook. Consequently, kitchens left a lot to be esired. Here I was a good cook—a builder—I was a natural and immediately got into kitchen design. Later when I got a degree in interior design, I just kicked it up a notch. First of all, a kitchen must function efficiently, second, make it beautiful!

What is essential for the successful design of a kitchen: What do you do in your kitchen? More to the point, what don’t you do? The kitchen forms the backdrop for a large part of what constitutes everyday living. The first step is to learn how the client lives.

Your favorite part of the project: I love the contrasting materials and finishes on the surfaces. This is a tried and tested way of adding depth of character to a room. I love tile backsplashes and this kitchen has a large chopping area, made of wood, that is very functional.

Tips for homeowners: Fill your kitchen with as much light and air as you can, and make it as open as you can. Do not make it too large.  Have a spot for a quiet drink and to swap news at the end of the day if space allows. Ventilation that provides sufficient air flow is important and often overlooked.


Skip Dean — Nashville

Company Name: Dean’s Kitchen Center, Inc.

Describe your enthusiasm for kitchen/bath design: Our company began in 1961 by my father, Howard Dean. I am a second generation kitchen and bath designer, coming on board 35 years ago. I completely enjoy the creative aspects of this business. I took over the business  
in 1975 after graduating from college. My father was a tremendous teacher and I have attended kitchen and bath schools as well.

What is essential for the successful design of a kitchen: We work very closely with our clients in finding out their needs and desires.  A lot of people don’t know where to start and we take them step-by-step through the design process, making sure that they are not overwhelmed. We give them advice from our many years in the business and they seem to appreciate and enjoy the process.

Tips for homeowners: Align yourself with a qualified, experienced designer. Don’t hesitate to ask for references and perhaps ask to see some of their completed projects. Be sure you have a floor plan, elevations, and written contract.

Melinda Dupree —Brentwood

Company Name: Boyce Cabinet Solutions

Describe your enthusiasm for kitchen/bath design: I love turning a non-functional, drab kitchen into a fabulous, multi-functional, one-of-a-kind design. I have been a professional designer for three years. There is a lot of satisfaction in knowing that a client will be content in their new kitchen or bath for years to come. I love to create something that is fresh, exciting and different from anything else. I take my job very seriously—it dramatically changes the lives of my clients.

What is your kitchen/bath design background: I have a degree in interior design and I am a Certified Kitchen and Bath Designer.

What is essential for the successful design of a kitchen: The main purpose of the kitchen is for the client to enjoy the space they live in, everyday. It needs to be functional and comfortable for the particular needs of the homeowners. Even clients who did not enjoy cooking before the job was complete, tell me they are very excited to use their new kitchen. This is because it is suited to them as individuals and their families.

Describe the project shown: This project is a true reflection of me as a designer. It incorporates all the elements of a harmonized, functional, inviting kitchen. The layout allows both homeowners and their guests enjoy the space.

Your favorite part of the project: My favorite part of this project was working with the client as a team. When you truly understand each other it is a wonderful sigh of relief.

Your largest challenge: There were no big challenges. Everything flowed smoothly. The client did his/her homework and I was able to envision the dramatic result.

Tips for homeowners: Study, Study, Study. If you have some idea about the overall look and feel you are trying to achieve before the initial consult, it can make a world of difference. Always seek help from a professional. A designer can help you discover ideas you never thought possible.

Lanny Gunter — Murfreesboro

Company Name: Gunter Woodworking

Describe your enthusiasm for kitchen/bath design: I have been working with wood, designing and creating for almost 30 years. It was a natural move toward designing kitchens and baths.

What is your kitchen/bath design background: I have been designing and building custom cabinetry for kitchens and baths, and all facets of custom cabinetry for almost 30 years.

What is essential for the successful design of a kitchen: Everybody wants their project to look like they want it to look. But it also has to function properly. With custom work, it’s easier to get both because you design and create to fit the space.

Describe the project shown: In this project, the appliances were already chosen and the client had a basic plan of what he wanted. We had to create the cabinetry to fit a very unique space.

Your favorite part of the project: First of all, it was a design “challenge” to say the least. But the cabinets fit like a glove when installed. My term for this style of cabinetry is “rustic elegance.”

Your largest challenge: The space and angles of the walls where the kitchen was to be placed.

Tips for homeowners: Communication is extremely important. Pictures of what you like will help your designer know how to give you what  
you want.

Contact Information: http://www.gunterwoodworking.com, 615/ 893-5722. 615/ 292-3070.

Shannon Erwin — Nashville

Company Name: Hantel Kitchens & Baths

Describe your enthusiasm for kitchen/bath design: I love this industry. There is always a new challenge and I love the opportunity to work with new materials to create unique spaces. I pursued a career in kitchens and baths because it gave me the artistic outlet I needed while allowing me to make a positive impact on people’s lives.

What is your kitchen/bath design background: I have a degree in art education as well as a degree in interior design. I have been certified by the National Kitchen and Bath Association as an associate kitchen and bath designer.

What is essential for the successful design of a kitchen: Function must come first. It is my job to listen to my client and understand what they need and then find a creative way to incorporate that into their kitchen.

Describe the project shown: This project was a fun challenge because the kitchen opened to the beautiful adjacent lake room. I had to  
figure out a way to get the clients all the counter space and cabinet space they needed without compromising the view of the lake or the  
flow to the adjacent rooms.

Your favorite part of the project: I am thrilled with the final look of this project. The hardwood floors and cabinetry add a beautiful warmth to the space while the granite countertops and natural stone backsplash tie in the outdoor elements.

Your largest challenge: There were some structural elements of the existing home that needed to be addressed, but, luckily, they posed  
no direct impact on the kitchen design.

Tips for homeowners: Find a professional with whom you feel comfortable to guide you through the project, Have fun.

Contact Information: www.hantelkitchensandbaths.com. 615/ 292-3070.

Kathy Gray — Franklin

Company Name: Kathy Gray Design

Describe your enthusiasm for kitchen/bath design: I received my degree in interior design from FIDM Los Angeles in 1983. Thereafter I began working for a Los Angeles architect who specialized in German kitchen design in which function was always rule number one. I enjoy working with both new construction projects and remodels. I enjoy the math involved in creating the space, designing the cabinetry, providing plumbing and electrical details, etc.

What is essential for the successful design of a kitchen: As a designer, the most important thing is to get to know my clients and how they are going to use the space. Do they enjoy cooking? If so, what types of cooking style(s) do they have? I am very hands on. I always go appliance shopping with my clients. I like to see their reactions to the different products that are available.

Describe the project shown: This job was exciting because it was a labor of love for the homeowners. They made several trips to Charleston to photograph and explore a historic home and worked with an architect to recreate this home. The trick was to give the kitchen a nod to the past, which I did by creating a hearth using a faux stone behind the range. It looks like it may have been smudged by smoke over the years. Rather than building a center island we used a farmhouse table to provide additional workspace and a space for family to gather.

Your favorite part of the project: I love that my clients expended the effort to create a home with so many wonderful details: the faux stone behind the range, the antiqued black granite countertops (they look as though they were used for years), the hammered copper sink.  Other elements throughout the home included the doors to the courtyard made for this project by Charleston craftsmen.

Your largest challenge: Venting the hood—my client didn’t want the blowers visible on the outside of the home. Careful engineering was required!

Tips for homeowners: Take your time when meeting with potential designers. Find out if the designer cooks—that makes a difference when a designer is laying out the space. Function must come first.  I truly love designing beautiful spaces but feel that the room must be functional as well.

Jeff Hayden — Nashville

Company Name: Chris’s Custom Cabinets

Describe your enthusiasm for kitchen/bath design: I relish challenging my imagination to go beyond expectations. My 15 years in this industry have allowed me to establish many strong and wonderful relationships with my clients. This is such a great opportunity to have a great impact on the people you meet and to be influenced by them as well.

What is your kitchen/bath design background: I was a Controller/CPA for a cabinet company and I became a sales/designer in order to spend more time with my children. I have never regretted the change.

What is essential for the successful design of a kitchen: A cabinetry designer must know and understand how their client lives, works, thinks and relaxes. Their style of living and entertaining helps design to suit their needs.

Describe the project shown: A Nashville client wished to update their existing kitchen to be more reflective of their taste and lifestyle.  
They were open to suggestions, but definitely wanted to have input on the project. Barbara Rushton (an interior designer with Bradfords) was instrumental in the design and feel of this kitchen.

Your favorite part of the project: That the client’s newly designed kitchen has their personal signature, but the small changes we made  
excited them. Working with the client and Barbara through several revisions achieved the satisfaction of our client.

Your largest challenge: The customer liked where certain elements were located in the existing kitchen. The challenge was to impact in the design but to retain the client’s favored original function.

Tips for homeowners: Budget is always a consideration, but you generally receive what you pay for. Consider how much your designer

is willing to work with you through multiple revisions, communications with contractors, and overall assistance throughout the project. Be objective and patient to allow your designer to be imaginative and creative. Allow yourself to “dream a little” outside your own box and enjoy the ride.

Amy Heimermann — Franklin

Company Name: Retropolitan

Describe your enthusiasm for kitchen/bath design: The kitchen has become the home’s gathering space. It provides opportunity for family, fellowship, and community. It should be full of function, inspiration, and invitation. I love creating that for and with clients, according to their own style and way of life.

What is essential for the successful design of a kitchen: The kitchen is the hardest working room in a home in most cases. In order to design one that works well for a client, I strive to have a good understanding of their lifestyle, personality, entertaining style, and food interests. It’s so much more than simply whether they cook or not.

Your favorite part of the project: Although sometimes faux finishing can be overdone, the faux woodgrain treatment applied after painting  
the dated kitchen cabinets in this home turned out artistic, stylized, and interesting. It also saved valuable budget dollars that we were able to utilize elsewhere in the project.

Your largest challenge: There are so many elements in a kitchen or bath remodel. Coordination of all those elements is always the toughest part.

Tips for homeowners: Post a sheet of paper in that room and make notes as to needs and wants for a couple of weeks as you go about  
living in that space. That, as well as inspiration photos, will help guide your choices and make you happier with the end result.

Annah Hill — Brentwood

Company Name: Brentwood Granite & Cabinet Design

Describe your enthusiasm for kitchen/bath design: The challenge of transforming a space from old to new and making an area more functional and aesthetically pleasing is my favorite part of designing kitchens and baths. I have been designing kitchens and baths since 2006. The flexibility and options is a very appealing aspect of this career. No two clients are alike and that opens the door to many different designs and color schemes.

What is your kitchen/bath design background: I graduated with an interior design degree from MTSU and got a job at a design center that focuses on many aspects of kitchen and bath design, from cabinetry and countertops to tile, sinks, faucets, and hardware. My first interest in kitchen and bath design began when I was introduced to tile design working for  a flooring store in college.

What is essential for the successful design of a kitchen: Client participation in the design process is essential. There are so many options from which to choose in terms of functional cabinetry and the client needs to be aware of the options and how the space will function when complete.

Describe the project shown: In this master bath remodel the client wanted to incorporate natural stone surfaces yet avoid the Old World  
feeling.

Your favorite part of the project: The design of the tile shower and tub surround completes this project. The many shapes and angles in the tile layout flow and are visually pleasing without being too busy. I also like the natural color scheme.

Your largest challenge: Deciding how we wanted to lay out the bathroom—we considered gutting a walk-in closet, moving the toilet area, where we would put cabinets, etc.

Tips for homeowners: Have a good relationship with your designer and know the reputation of the companies with which you contract. Convey

to the designer your wants and needs. Educate yourself about remodeling or new construction.

Lisa Huff —  Brentwood

Company Name: In Design

Describe your enthusiasm for kitchen/bath design: I love designing kitchens and baths because the kitchen is the heart of every home and the bath is a place where you can find inner peace and restore your soul. I have been designing kitchens and baths for 22 years. I was attracted to this area of design because you can see the largest improvements in these two rooms.

What is your kitchen/bath design background: I have university training as well as on-the-job training. I have drawn up the plans for new construction as well as gutted and totally remodeled existing construction, including raising the ceiling and pushing out walls.

What is essential for the successful design of a kitchen: Function and aesthetics are the two essentials necessary for successful kitchen design. Space planning is crucial as well as storage. Wasted space is not acceptable in the kitchen.

Describe the project shown: This was a very dark, tiny bath in an older home with a walled-in shower and no tub. We pushed the outside walls out enough to enlarge the bath and make a walk-in closet. The ceiling was opened up and a sky light was installed.

Your favorite part of the project: My favorite aspect of this project was how the space was transformed with space, storage, and light.  Also, the armoire, chest of drawers, and closet all married very well.

Tips for homeowners: If you are making structural changes or new construction and working with an architect, bring your interior designer in on the planning stage. They have the vision for what the interior will look like, where the furniture will be placed, where outlets are needed, if walls need to be pushed out or windows omitted or added. It is much easier to make these changes at this early stage.

Eva Keegan — Brentwood

Company Name: Brentwood Granite & Cabinet Design

Describe your enthusiasm for kitchen/bath design: Every home needs a kitchen and bath that reflect the owners’ needs. I can help homeowners enjoy theirs everyday, in a space they love.

What is your kitchen/bath design background: I’ve had the opportunity to work with a diversity of clients, ranging from a simple facade change to a full transformation of their space.

What is essential for the successful design of a kitchen: When creating a beautiful space, always keep the client’s needs a priority.

Describe the project shown: This bathroom previously served as a bedroom in this lovely historic Franklin home off West Main Street. Hand-scraped hardwood on the ceiling and chiseled chateau stone mixed with dark emperadour marble in the floors, walls, and countertops.

Your favorite part of the project: We reused an original glass panel door for the toilet closet. The compass adds a unique theme to the room as the homeowner states, “…where we have come from and where we are going.”

Your largest challenge: The old floor needed reinforcing to carry the weight of the marble floor tile.

Tips for homeowners: Mix old and new in every room.

Connie Long — Nashville

Company Name: Connie Long Interiors

Describe your enthusiasm for kitchen/bath design: I strive to plan all of the kitchens I design to be as pleasing to the eye as they are functional. Each design is customized for the needs of the client; the challenge is to provide everything the client needs and wants even when the space is tight.

What is your kitchen/bath design background: I have an interior design degree and 25 years experience in design with 10 years experience in kitchen/bath design.

What is essential for the successful design of a kitchen: How the client will use the space and whether there will be more than one cook in the kitchen. What kind of preparation and cooking will be done? What are the requirements for appliances and equipment and equipment storage? Are there physical restrictions or challenges?  There should be ease of use, accessibility, ease of care, and clean up.

Describe the project shown: This 1970’s condominium update involved gutting the kitchen and bathroom. A wall between the dining room and the kitchen was removed to create a large gathering space. Removal of the kitchen soffits exposed plumbing, a problem solved through a  
cabinetry redesign that resulted in a display area for the client’s collectibles. A limited budget required use of manufactured cabinetry, available only in standard sizes. A pullout spice rack and wine shelf were added to make use of the space. Bamboo flooring, new appliances, granite countertops, custom window treatments, and  under-cabinet lighting, pendants, and can ceiling lights completed the look. The bath design included new 21-in. deep soaking tub, tile flooring and tub surround, new fixtures and vanity, lighting, and custom mirror and shower curtain. The bamboo countertop was a bargain, purchased from Southeastern Salvage and resulted in the choice of the surface mounted basin sink and faucet. The mirror, original to the bath, was salvaged, cut down and mounted with a custom frame. The bamboo wallpaper creates a restful, “back-to-nature” spa effect.

Your favorite part of the project: Meeting the challenges that arose during the job—such as the exposed plumbing pipes behind the kitchen soffits or replacing the original bath vanity that was damaged during tear-out.

Tanna Miller — Nashville

Company Name: Trends & Traditions

Describe your enthusiasm for kitchen/bath design: I love to create character in kitchens and baths with custom woodworking that evokes  
centuries of European tradition or to combine simple shapes with rich, gorgeous surfaces. I am a concept designer for all aspects of home furnishings and interior design.

What is your kitchen/bath design background: I have three years of vocational training including mechanical drawing, a B.F.A., and 18 years in business. For kitchens and baths, I work with cabinet makers and many specialists to achieve the stylistic impression that I sketch for my clients.

What is essential for the successful design of a kitchen: Combining high function and high design while maintaining excellent communication with the client to incorporate all his or her expectations.

Describe the project shown: I love to combine shapes and broad rich surfaces in ways that are impressive. This kitchen has just enough detail to appreciate the fine woodworking.

Your favorite part of the project: My favorite element is the arch cabinet and hand-hammered copper bowl.

Tips for homeowners: Always focus on the design of the room as a whole. Too much attention to new products or a specialist’s advice can take the design to a place you never intended. I offer an exercise to streamline our focus in the beginning and make sure the entire room design lives up to each aspect the client expresses from the first day.

Karrie Seaton — Nashville

Company Name: Beth Haley Design

Describe your personal style: I prefer clean lines and uncluttered spaces.  It’s very important to me to have a connection to the objects that I select.  By keeping my spaces streamlined, I can showcase the pieces that I love without feeling overwhelmed by my design.

Describe the project shown: The scope of this project included a family room and a master suite addition and a kitchen remodel. The homeowners and their four children needed room to grow but wanted to keep the integrity of the home intact. The heart of the project was the need for a functional kitchen that could meet the needs of a family of six. Once all of the storage details in that space were ironed out the rest of the project fell into place.

Your favorite part of the project: The functionality of this kitchen is better than I could have ever hoped for. As a designer, my number one goal is to create an environment that the client loves but also works well for their lifestyle, and this space couldn’t have turned out better.

Sheila Quillen — Brentwood

Company Name: Brentwood Granite & Cabinet Design

Describe your enthusiasm for kitchen/bath design: It is very exciting to work with homeowners, builders, and remodelers to completely transform a space. Whether it is new construction or remodeling an existing space, working through the process and seeing the final results is extremely rewarding.

What is your kitchen/bath design background: The past three years I have worked on various projects from simple backsplash design to full  
kitchen/bath remodels.

What is essential for the successful design of a kitchen: It is extremely important to get to know the client and understand their needs. How they use their kitchen helps determine the type of functionality that is needed for the space.

Describe the project shown: The client is a builder whose homes are built to re-create those of older times. The kitchen in this home was  
designed to have the luxuries of today with the look and feel of a historic home.

Your favorite part of the project: The beautiful, massive natural stone island. It is not only a wonderful conversation piece, but it offers an amazing work space for the kitchen.

Your largest challenge: Creating a design that fits into the historic look and feel of the home.

Tips for homeowners: You can achieve a fresh look to the room on any budget. A new countertop, hardware, or even a new backsplash can  
make your old space new again.

Melissa Stringfellow — Brentwood

Company Name: Brentwood Granite & Cabinet Design

Describe your enthusiasm for kitchen/bath design: Every project is fun and an exciting challenge. Each space is unique as is each client. My career as a kitchen and bath designer was meant to be:  I “fell” into a position just out of college, absolutely loved it, and have continued to grow in my career from there.

What is your kitchen/bath design background: I graduated from O’More College of Design with a bachelor of fine arts degree in interior design. I’ve worked with eight different cabinet lines over the years and create designs using 2020 Design CAD software. I’ve been in the industry for six years.

What is essential for the successful design of a kitchen:  Understanding how the client uses his/her kitchen is top priority, followed by working with the space provided and maximizing the functionality within the budget.

Describe the project shown: This 1980’s Franklin home included a kitchen typical of that period—short wall cabinets, poor layout not meeting today’s code standards, and outdated in every way imaginable.

Your favorite part of the project: We maximized the space, changing the room from small and dysfunctional to enormous and functional. Ten-foot ceilings let us create visual interest and a unique design with the upper cabinets and gave the client a cooking/prep space twice the size of the original.

Your largest challenge: The existing walls, filled with angles and a large picture window, could not be moved or changed. Our design worked around the challenges, met the client’s needs, and fell within the set budget.

Tips for homeowners: Find a designer you can trust and work with a reputable company. You will work with these people on a day-to-day basis and forming a good relationship is key. It is important to work with someone with industry experience, with problem-solving experience, and with great project management skills. Make sure that the company uses trained, experienced, and trustworthy installers and workers. They will be in your home and around your family.

Aaron Walker — Goodlettsville

Company Name:  David Patton Construction

Describe your enthusiasm for kitchen/bath design: Kitchen and bath design is just one aspect of our areas of design. We have been highlighting these two rooms for some time. It seems people congregate in the kitchen during entertaining and relax after a tough day at the office in their spa-like master bathroom.

What is your kitchen/bath design background: We have been designing these rooms for more than 10 years.

What is essential for the successful design of a kitchen: In all our homes, we spend a lot of time interviewing our customers to try to learn their personal lifestyles as well as their desire to entertain. We believe in constant communication.

Describe the project shown: Steve and Tina Smith wanted a luxurious master bath with a free-standing air jet tub. It includes a spacious dressing area with custom cabinets, his-and-her closets, a master shower with body jets, rainbeads, and a steam room to die for.

Your favorite part of the project:  Seeing the Smith’s dream become a reality.

Your largest challenge: Staying in touch with the budget—but we did it.

Tips for homeowners: Be realistic with your design as it relates to the cost of its execution. Take the time to think through all the details. Discuss the plan with many family members to seek their advice, and look at the project from as many angles as possible. Think outside the box.”

 

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