Making a home is part of creating the story of our lives.  We hope to include joy and love, rest and fellowship, growth and inspiration.

When we work on the design, we address the aspects of shelter and protection, size and maintenance–the physical attributes of the structure.  But designers spend most of their time asking questions about our hopes for how we will live in our space.

When we are at a point of needing more from our home than just a base of operation, we want to own, design, and thrive in the creation.  We want to bring energy to our space, and draw energy from it.  We want to have a place of quiet, and a place or sharing.  We want to tell our story–the story of a life lived well–a story of home.