We'd like to give a warm welcome to design consultant Shannon Kirsch, our newest addition to the Lane Homes team. Shannon has been a part of the building industry for over 9 years and most recently served as the operations manager of the Luck Stone Center in Richmond. She earned a BA in Art History from VCU and went abroad to obtain her masters degree in Art History & Architecture in London, England and Florence, Italy. Shannon has an intense passion for art, leadership, customer service, and finding solutions for her clients.When not chasing after 3 young children, she loves to visit museums and travel both stateside and internationally. We are thrilled to have her on board as part of the Lane Homes & Remodeling team!
The sunroom and multilevel patio remodel is well underway. The foundation for the enlarged patio is being laid, and next will be framing for the sunroom. Check out renderings for the finished product and stay tuned for more updates!
On this video blog series, we'll take you on the transformation of an under-utilized deck to a beautiful sunroom with large patio. Here's your first look at the space before we started the renovation.
Stay tuned to watch this deck-turned-sunroom transformation unfold!
As we enjoy the beginning of an exciting new year, now is a good time to look back at some top remodeling styles from the last couple of years. In 2014, we saw things like enlarged kitchens, built-in storage, and freestanding tubs. Let's take a look at a few of the biggest remodeling trends from 2015.
White & Gray
The ever-popular white kitchen seems to have some competition… Gray is taking over as the new “IT” color of choice. With undertones that can go cool or warm, it’s a stunning new neutral that everyone wants.
Large scale rectangular tiles are back on the rise. 12x24 is a popular size selection for bathroom tiles, both in the shower and on the floor. Bonus: Less grout to have to keep clean!
The large soaking tubs are being replaced with freestanding tubs, which are available in a variety of unique materials and styles. Freestanding tubs have been back on the rise in the last few years, so we have a feeling they will be a lasting style. You can go traditional with a classic claw foot or modern with a sleek and simple profile. What's your style?
Subway Tile with Insert
White subway tiles have always been a safe choice when it comes to kitchen backsplashes, but homeowners and designers are mixing it up with inserts in different patterns. The chevron pattern shown creates textural interest while still keeping the color palate cool and neutral. If these trends are any indication for 2016 trends, it is shaping up to be a bright, fresh year! Contact us today to get the design and trends that fit you and your life perfectly. To see and compare these trends from those of the year before, check out our Top Remodeling Trends in 2014.
Here’s the final video of our Small Kitchen, Big transformation series. The dated kitchen has been replaced with a better layout, more modern finishes, and an overall light and neutral color palette. This kitchen renovation shows that you don’t always need more square footage, just a design that can better utilize the existing space.
Contact us today to get started on your kitchen or other remodeling project! If you missed the other two videos in this series or want to re-watch the process, click here for Part 1 and click here for Part 2.
The kitchen renovation is well underway and ready for the new materials to be installed. We've included our computer renderings in this video so you can visualize what the completed space will be! Our clients love this aspect of our design/build process because the drawings are so realistic they can make certain the design is right before any work begins.