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Employee Spotlight: Matt Martin

Like many of our humble and hardworking crew, Matt Martin does not particularly enjoy talking about himself. He would much prefer to focus on his work, his family and his passions. That being said, he has an interesting story nonetheless. Matt is a man of many talents, and he’s one of our top producing managers. Matt […]

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Fall in Love With Your Home This Valentine’s Day

With Valentine’s day around the corner, you’re bound to hear the word “LOVE” quite a bit. But one of the most popular evergreen sayings, “Home is where the heart is” rings true now as much as in years past. So, regardless of whether you’re starting the journey or you’ve arrived at the home of your […]

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Custom Construction Meets Custom Cabinetry

In a signless warehouse buried deep in Scott’s Addition, Bluebird Cabinetry owner Andrew Olsen is hand-crafting cabinets alongside his son and a handful of craftspeople. Olsen has never been one for the limelight. His pride comes from the work itself and doing things right – the first time. For the past few years, James River […]

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Crafting the Perfect Wine Cellar

Wine Cellars are the latest trend in luxury custom construction and renovation. We’ve done several custom wine cellars for our clients, some the size of a closet or cabinet all the way to full rooms with tasting bars and inventory systems. But creating a wine cellar isn’t as simple as setting aside a room and […]

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The Modern Mudroom

The mudroom of the past was a cramped, messy space full of boots and coats and who knows what else. Not a part of your house you wanted other people seeing and certainly not a place that got a lot of thought or design attention. Fortunately, however, those days are over. Modern homeowners have finally […]

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How To Make the Most of Your Basement This Winter

As winter approaches and we begin to spend the majority of our down time inside, cabin fever can easily set in. Our homes begin to feel cramped, there’s not enough room to stretch out, for the kids to play or to have friends and family over for the big game. But one way to expand […]

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Setting the Table Trends

In recent years, dining rooms have become the most underused room in the house. Many families convert formal dining rooms into offices, extra living space or in many cases, the dining room just becomes the catchall for bags, paperwork, boxes and who knows what else. At the same time, the American family has seen a […]

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