Over the last year we have noticed an increase in client requests to move or add a master suite to the main floor of their homes. There are several reasons why this need has become more prevalent. Aging in Place In recent years, there has been an increased desire amongst retirees to live in theirRead More
You may not realize it, but kitchen lighting is one of the most important items you have to consider when designing a kitchen. If the lighting is poorly designed, you destroy your kitchens function and visual punch. There are 3 different levels of lighting to consider: Task lighting, function lighting, and drama lighting. “Task” andRead More
When our clients bought this Buckhead property, it had a builder grade kitchen that they wanted redesigned. Our designer had a few challenges and client wishes to take into account as they worked their magic.
The Chinese New Year is upon us, and 2018 is the Year of the Dog. The Year of the Dog highlights dependability and loyalty in work and relationships, and for those of you that have a dog [or any pet in general!] you know that our furry companions are as loyal as they come. HereRead More
Our client’s sort to refinish and update the terrace level of their house. Space was more than adequate but not being used to it’s best potential. By reclaiming this space they felt that they would be able to expand their family, host visiting relatives and remain in their house for much longer.
Our clients came to MOSAIC for our design guidance and construction know-how to update their pool house both inside and out, refinish the pool and renovate the upper level of the patio for multiple season use.
This home was in much need of an exterior renovation and makeover when the home owner’s purchased the home. The front porch was made from concrete poured over now rotting wood, the back deck was being held together by paint and it was lacking in curb appeal. Enter Mosaic.
The original master bathroom lacked vanity and closet space. The shower was small and the finishes were dated. With these issues in mind, we began to design.
This master bath was part of a 600 square foot master suite and laundry addition so we did not begin with an existing structure. This allowed us some freedom to design to the dimensions without having to take an existing floor plan into account.
This master bath began as the original builder grade bathroom. It was in need of an update to not only modernize the space but to also address our clients concern that the bathroom felt cramped. In this case, there was no space for us to cannibalize in order to make the space bigger so weRead More