"The Interior subconsciously guides our actions and thoughts, therefore creating an emotion and physical interaction within the space."

Schubert Residence Project

This original master bath has received a modern renovation that includes some of the latest technology within the shower and new tub. The neutral colors and natural stones maximize the feeling of serenity and simplicity. Detailed nooks, cubbies, hardware and cabinetry support the daily routine and functional demands of the space.

Fortenberry Residence

The 210 square foot kitchen, within the historic 1910 Craftsmen style home, received an upgrade that included all new stainless steel appliances, flooring, lighting, a custom designed eat-in nook and table, new paint, hardware and addictions made to the existing cabinets. The newly installed quartz countertops mimicked the look of marble without the maintenance of the real thing. New recess lights highlighted the work areas and "recipe nook" adjacent to the fridge. Due to the large windows displaying the beautiful back yard, seeded glass lighting to mimic lanterns were hung at different heights above the eat-in nook to bring the outdoors in. Historic colors to match the homes era were used throughout the space. A custom dining table on casters for easy mobility housed cook books, wine, drawers for miscellaneous items, and even a dog food drawer for convenience. It was topped off with a popular top stained to match the mahogany floors found in the rest of the home. The cabinet additions concealed the garbage, placed all recipe books in one space, organized all spices, and made space for large pots and Tupperware. A truly cozy, gourmet, and highly efficient kitchen was created for $9,000. Not only was it designed by Mariette Fortenberry, but everything was constructed and built by her and her husband, Mike.

Reed's Residence

This traditional brick home, nestled in a quiet subdivision in Brookhaven, MS was finally ready to receive the finishing touches of furniture, custom art and window treatments to reflect the Reed family heritage and style of living. Given the owner's contemporary taste and traditional home, the design reflected a transitional approach that compromised clean lines on soft, inviting pieces. The custom artwork throughout represents the family as a whole by displays of the Honduran heritage and special travel destinations of the well-traveled family.

Mother-In-Law Suite, Mandeville, LA

A 480 second story square foot addition was designed to accommodate a Mother-In-Law suite within the existing one story detached garage. Not only will this provide privacy for guests, but will add additional value to the home itself. The floor plan includes a fully functional kitchen with small mobile island, living area, bedroom and bath, along with two balconies and an open loft area accessible by a charismatic ladder.