Standard Style

Our Standard Style is anything but! With clean lines, exacting proportions, our Standard Style speaks to the person who wants custom without all the embellishment. A style that is bold, without exception or apology. A style that knows what is without trying to be anything else. Standard Style will complement …

Santa Fe Style

Embodying the rich, cultural heritage of the region, the architecture uses and relies on the natural elements to be found in the region, such as adobe and brick, everything is built with an eye for the practical while producing a look that is elegant and rustic. Unique elements used in …

Rustica Style

Rough-hewn wood beams, weathered wood, reclaimed or original pieces that evoke the history of the American West typify the Rustic Style. Illustrated with a color palate or rich, earthy tones, and complex textures reminiscent of the nature of the rugged outdoors, the design trend is to combine this look with …

Provincial Style

Soldiers returning home after WWI carried home with them many memories, one the happier memories was of the landscape and architecture of the French countryside. These provincial influences found their way in the architecture and interior design of homes during that period, and have remained a constant influence since. Typical …

Prairie Style

The Prairie School was a movement of design and architecture that occurred in the late 19th century through the early part of the 20th century. Most common to the Midwestern United States the style was illustrated with horizontal lines, flat roofs and broad overhanging eaves. The Prairie School’s most notable …

Orleans Style

When we think of New Orleans we think rich, flavorful, spicy food. We can hear the slow, soulful music of blues and jazz, and the influence of a storied French heritage, personified in the Cajun people who cherish their history and culture. Architecturally, New Orleans is home to this same …

Mission 2 Style

The Mission II Style is inspired by the Mission Revival movement in architecture and the decorative arts made popular in the early part of the 19th century and influenced by the Spanish missions established in the California region nearly a century earlier. The Mission style is closely related to the …

Mission 1 Style

The Mission I Style was inspired by the Mission Revival movement in architecture and the decorative arts made popular in the early part of the 19th century and influenced by the Spanish missions established in the California region nearly a century earlier. The Mission style is closely related to the …

Industrial Style

Simple lines, clean finishes, bold proportions, raw and rough finishes, define our Industrial Iron style. Industrial Iron is perfect for an Industrial design aesthetic in your city loft with it’s exposed beams, or if you want to add a touch of the Industrial to your Modern, contemporary, or Transitional style …