Should You Move or Improve?

Brown Residence, Week 1 I have to say that of all the homes and projects I’ve designed over the years, I’m most excited about this one.  I truly believe the transformation of this home will prove to be a phenomenal experience for all involved. The scope of this renovation project is so vast, that it could almost be considered a new build, so we need to approach this project with precision planning and meticulous detail.  Creating a successful renovation experience and a fabulous end product for these clients require painstaking preparation and a focused mind-set on everyone’s part. But I now need to share something with you.  There’s a potential glitch looming.  You see, while I’m in the throes of re-planning and re-designing this spectacular home –my clients Liz and Mark Brown are expecting their fourth child (in just a few months)—and while everyone’s aware that there’s no possible way this project will even break ground before summer – Liz is now shopping for homes!  She’s feeling a little anxious, slightly overwhelmed and they’re definitely short a bedroom or two.  So needless to say moving into the perfect house is very appealing to her right now.

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Will they find that perfect house?

Or will we create their dream home?

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