As a one-stop design shop, I work with local plumbers, contractors, electricians, and other providers to get the job done. You aren’t required to lift a finger during the entire renovation process. Working with me, you’ll see the process is fun, pleasant and relaxing for from start to finish. Unlike many other service providers, I welcome and will respond to your questions and concerns from the start until the end of the interior design or renovation project. Your home and your trust will be in the best of hands.

Bethlehem Star

Magnificent new kitchen, laundry and powder rooms, plus a success in historic preservation and utility of regional offerings.

Southwestern Spa

After traveling west to some of the best golf resorts and spas, these clients decided their master bathroom needed to be updated.

French Cottage Haven

This dingy guest bathroom underwent much needed remodeling that transformed it into a cottage-style refuge, complete with a deep soaking tub, glass tile and a farmhouse sink.

Party of Five

Blue countertops and builder-grade white tiles weren’t cutting it anymore for this busy family of five.

Laura’s tips for surviving a home renovation:
  • Collect idea photos—cut things out of magazines, start a board on Pinterest or start a collection on Houzz. Pull together sources of inspiration to help you narrow down what you want—or what you DON’T want
  • Find 5 really great take-out spots and get out of the house to explore new places in your neighborhood such as the library, coffee shops or unique boutiques
  • Plan in the summer, begin your renovation in the Winter—many service providers (painters/contractors) give discounts because they are slower
  • Following the 10% rule: give your budget and your timeline a 10% cushion—Just in case!