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Katie and Jason moved into their Las Vegas home two years ago to achieve their dream of helping kids by becoming foster parents. We reworked the entire main floor to provide a warm, welcoming vibe while fulfilling the state’s safety requirements for fostering.
Michelle and Ghopi’s forever home is the center of attention for their friends and family. It’s a place where everyone gathers to catch up, have fun and even dance a little.
It’s no surprise that James and Crystal want to stay in their charming single-story home rather than moving: In the 17 years they’ve lived there, they’ve raised 30 kids and made countless memories.
Freda and Eric bought their first home six years ago, when their daughter was born. They loved that the family before them had happily lived there for 40 years, and moved in hoping to do the same.
When Lesley received a contract for a job in Las Vegas, she and husband Brian decided it was time to settle down and start a family in their spacious suburban home. We reworked the home for better flow through the main floor, a bigger kitchen and a home with actual furniture!
Nicole’s grandfather built their home in the 1950s. The home is rich with family history, and Nicole and husband Graeme are happy as can be, raising their three kids in the home she grew up in. But a house that used to work for three people was no longer functioning for their family of five.
With three kids, three dogs, and a towering five-bedroom home, Troy and Susan have a lot going on—and a lot going wrong, design-wise. They tasked us with a renovation focusing on the main floor, which includes the kitchen, family room, mudroom, and play area.
Patricia and Bruce had made a lot of memories over the past 10 years with their son Logan in their suburban Forever Home. When Patricia and Bruce adopted his late brother’s two young kids, they suddenly needed their house to match the size of their hearts.