Make the most of your space! This project included an office/bedroom addition, a screened porch, deck, roof deck, outdoor storage structure, complete kitchen remodel and a master bedroom suite.
You can see by her portfolio that Denise has tackled just about every type of home design project in the book. From new construction to complete renovation to simple solutions for those little projects. Not only does Denise look at a project as an architect, she also is a master at interior design. She designs your space with your finished product in mind, and will help you achieve the space that fits your lifestyle and budget.
Four seasons of fabulous! The addition of a new family room, master suite , screen porch and basement space created a home the owners never want to leave! The work also included a kitchen renovation with powder room and mudroom updates.
From dated to dramatic! This project included a family room and master suite addition to provide modern comfort to this classic home. The kitchen got a much-overdue facelift and with the new dining room is perfect for entertaining. Practical updates for the teens to spread out were included in the basement and mudroom updates.
Let the sunshine in! Ideally located, this home just wasn't getting the most of its space and the fabulous view of Lake Mendota. The master suite addition, along with a relocated and updated kitchen were oriented with unobstructed views of the lake. Every corner of the house has panoramic views!
Beautifully sited on Lake Monona and originally designed with details and millwork throughout the house inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright, including a quote by FLW on the red fireplace wall. Previous renovations ignored the home’s character. We updated those spaces to reflect the spirit and design details to match the beauty of the rest of the house.
The homeowner loved prairie style architecture but didn’t think it was possible with her existing house. A total exterior transformation was accomplished by removing the second floor shingle siding, raising the flat roofs to prairie style hip roofs and providing a sense of entry with the welcoming front porch, featuring prairie style column design. Nothing was modified on the interior except the windows above the entry on the second floor.