Our Portfolio - New Construction

Working hand in hand with your builder, architect and other design professionals at the earliest stages enables the design to be refined at a time when changes are the easiest to make. In new homes that means having the option of making architectural changes to walls, windows, entries and utility rough-ins. We are involved at every step from reviewing the initial plans with you and your builder, to marking plumbing rough-ins, final cabinet placement cabinets installation. We want the process to be flawless.



Colleton River Plantation


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Magnolia Blossom

This Tuscan influenced home, in the heart of the LowCountry was designed for a couple that enjoys entertaining. The design blends beaded inset cabinetry with a custom hood and backsplash for a fabulous cooks kitchen and carries the classic look through all other areas of the home.

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North Port Royal Drive

Defined as a timeless treasure in Hilton Head Monthly magazine, this oceanfront home is exquisite in its details and finishes and is, at its heart, a comfortable beach house that reflects it's owners' lifestyle and personalities. Beaded inset cabinetry and the soft palate of colors in the kitchen gives classic detail, while the oceanfront master bathroom incorporates mirror, is absolutely stunning set beneath the windows and is offset by the master coffee bar cabinets painted "Hague Blue".

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Oak Tree Lane

Coastal Classic perfectly describes this waterfront Colleton River home. In the kitchen a neutral palate of glazed white cabinetry is paired with a very dramatic blue island. The “hidden pantry” door is made to look like the oven cabinet and hides that work area from view while the island granite perfectly reflects the colors of nature just outside the windows.

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Nottingham

The owner of this home wanted to create a classic design with a twist by using traditional materials such as brick and open shelves in an unexpected ways. The low sheen black cabinets with white interiors are both classic and fashion forward at the same time. Top of the line appliances and an open floor plan makes this home perfect for entertaining.

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Bamberg Drive - Belfair Plantation

This home was designed for the homeowner’s active lifestyle and the casual entertaining of family and friends. Classic elements such as the marble tiles in the master bathroom work well with out of ordinary elements such as the chiseled stone backsplash, making this a home that suits its owners’ tastes perfectly.

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Magnolia Blossom

The owners of this home wanted a home that was classic in its details but not completely traditional. The final cabinetry design incorporated many custom features such as the custom built vanity cabinets painted “Plum Martini” and a custom island accented with walnut details.

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Catbird Lane - Sea Pines Plantation

This home reflects the owner’ s sophisticated sense of design and their interest in cooking and entertaining. The kitchen is open to the great room, but with a back kitchen, or scullery for additional cleaning and cooking preparation, it is well laid out for more than one person to be able to work in the space while allowing friends to gather.

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Myrtle View - Palmetto Bluff

This Lowcountry home in Palmetto Bluff is charming through and through. Every feature of this home was well thought out and designed to suit the homeowner’s “busy in retirement” lifestyle. The neutral palette of the cabinetry is the perfect backdrop for the homeowners cherished furnishings.

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Knightsbridge Lane - Wexford Plantation

Working with and interior designer the owner blended their love of more contemporary elements with the more traditional furnishings they find suits their island lifestyle.

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Ballybunnion Way

A beautiful Lowcountry home with New England influences. Designed to be comfortable for adults, children and the family dog - Reilly.

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Hawthorne Road

The owners of this home have lived and traveled all over the world. They wanted to create an elegant backdrop for the art they have spent years collecting. We used beaded inset cabinetry and added glazed finishes for subtle interest.

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Cumberland Drive

The owner of this home wanted a kitchen that would function well for two people working together while incorporated both traditional and non traditional materials, and reflect a relaxed coastal lifestyle. This great kitchen was featured in the October 2013 CH2 Magazine article on “the Ultimate Kitchen”.

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21 Mulberry Road
2012 Lighthouse Award Winner - Best Kitchen

The owners of this home wanted a kitchen design which looked elegant, concealed working areas, and incorporated a selection of convenient storage solutions as well as sufficient display space for their collection of decorative items. White inset cabinets were chosen as the backdrop and were set on dark wood floors that extend to the adjoining living room and throughout the home. Marble countertops with streaks of gray are set off by the marble backsplash and the dramatic black galaxy island, and work well with the adjoining dining area, living room and spectacular marsh setting of the home. The overall elegance of the home is evident in the master bathroom where arched alcoves were created for the his / hers vanities and the crystal light fixtures complement the black granite and carrera marble.

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130 Inverness
2012 Lighthouse Award Winner - Best Bathroom and Best Overall

The owner of this home wanted a kitchen that would allow for entertaining, take advantage of an open floor plan with a great view to the outdoors and accommodate two very active children. On the range wall a 48” Wolf range was paired with a custom built 72” tall stainless range hood to create a dramatic focal point between the hand scraped ceiling beams. White beaded inset cabinets contrast with the dark floors and beams, and using a leathered finish on the granite allowed for visual texture while keeping maintenance simple. The overall style of the home is casual Lowcountry and that sense of style was carried into the bathrooms where we designed and installed custom cabinetry in gray to compliment the Carrera marble.

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279 Belfair Oaks
The owners of this home were moving to Belfair Plantation after living in Pennsylvania for many years. They wanted a home that would incorporate some newer design elements; blend his more traditional style with her more contemporary style; allow them to easily host friends; be easy to maintain and allow them to enjoy the outdoors. Theirs is a home that accomplishes it all.

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165 Inverness
2011 Lighthouse Award - Best Kitchen / Best Overall Home

This is a classically elegant Lowcountry home. The homeowners wanted beautiful details that would complement but not compete with their water and marsh views. Inset cabinetry with applied molding details in shades of white were used throughout the home and are accented by dark floors, beautiful countertops and pale wall colors.

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6 Coopers Court
2011 Lighthouse Award - Best Kitchen

The owners of this home were moving from a home in Chicago to take advantage of the weather and lifestyle in Belfair Plantation. By designing the kitchen with glazed cabinetry and a custom range hood we created an environment of classic elegance that complemented both their new style of life and the elegant furnishings from their Chicago home. The master bath shines with cabinets with a feathered glaze finish, crystal knobs and chrome accents while giving them a sit down make up area and plentiful linen storage.

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29 Oconee
2011 Lighthouse Award - Best Bath and Best Overall

The owners of this home were moving from Florida, enjoyed a casual style of entertaining and wanted a kitchen that would be welcoming to family and friends. They also needed to incorporate separate desk areas for the husband and wife in close proximity to the activity of the kitchen and family room. Lastly, they wanted a master bath that was restful with a large walk in shower while providing linen storage and a sit down make up area.

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27 Mulberry
The owners of this home in Colleton River Plantation have traveled extensively and wanted a home that would reflect their international sense of style. We worked closely with the owners, the builder and a craftsman in Indonesia to create hand carved cabinetry that is unique to them. Carved pediments were perfect for the homes high ceilings and were incorporated into the master bathroom, wet bar and kitchen designs, the hand carved panel on the refrigerator reflects the wife’s love of sunflowers and the red of the island was a color mixed specifically for them.

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10 Spring Hill
The Williams wanted to create a home that would be comfortable for three generations of their family and a relaxed place to entertain friends. They knew they loved the simplicity of shaker style cabinets and wanted to be able to incorporate their colorful pottery collection into the design. The open floor plan of the kitchen and family room and its close access to the pool and screened porch suits their lifestyle perfectly while the master bath includes a custom built bench with bead board accent.

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29 Plantation Park Drive, Suite 802, Bluffton, SC 29910 | Studio hours: Monday - Friday, 10AM - 4PM | Phone: (843) 815-5505 | Email