Column: Coordination, imagination bring together project


Commentary by Randy Sorrell and Bill Bernard

This Williams Creek project spanned several months, and phases, with multiple trades interacting and favorably coordinating schedules. The results are stunning!

  • A “carriage house” is a tasteful architectural addition to the property and houses a comprehensive wood working studio. 
  • We employed the historic feel of a crushed stone driveway, bordered with limestone curbs that extend from the reconfigured asphalt driveway.
  • Formal blue stone walks and an oversized patio echoes notes of the leafy neighborhood, as does the rich clay paver edge and inserts.
  • We constructed a Trex deck with a hidden plug system that wraps around a hot-tub and steps off toward the grill station through crushed stone landings.
  • Santarossa provided the stunning grill station counter and Ferguson provided the grill components. It brilliantly blends with the surroundings and the linear fire feature constructed out of complementing materials.
  • The pergola was retrofitted for our purposes. The flowering wisteria is a showstopper, as is the updated privacy landscaping throughout.

Most projects require some coordination between trades, this one certainly more than others.

We were thrilled to host this neighborhood party to christen the new space and the reviews marvelous, of course!

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