Column: Thankful for luxurious spaces


Commentary by Randy Sorrell and Bill Bernard

Incredible living spaces are seldom built to simply improve living conditions. The planning discussions are inevitably fueled by hopes of family gatherings, quite evenings with a loved one, or spaces of respite in mind.

This delicious, elegant and clean kitchen drips in luxury that seamlessly spills over into the remainder of this Carmel beauty. It’s loaded with lots of glitz, shine, the latest colors and long, established elegant-design movements.

Congregating in the kitchen around granite and quartz counters is a long established tradition and is exemplified on one of our grateful nation’s favorite holidays this week. Thanksgiving reminds us of our many blessings and fortunes, including the luxurious amenities this dreamy kitchen enjoys — from the basics of plentiful electrical outlets conveniently placed to LED undercounter lighting and hidden appliances that seamlessly appear with a sleight of hand. 

Clean, mission-style cabinet faces are married with sparkling pulls and coordinated faucets dressed in modern stainless steel. Thanks to our strategic partners, Ferguson and Jack Laurie in the Indiana Design Center (open to the public), for the materials assist.

It’s a honor and joy to collaborate with our valued clients, installation teams and vested suppliers as we design and build these beautiful spaces. Thanks for the privilege.

May you be filled with gratitude, joy and hope this Thanksgiving and holiday season!


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