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Project Story Articles2020-11-19T17:16:28+00:00

Wynnwood

This coastal craftsman home by 2Scale Architects and interior design by Jacob Medina Designs replaces a home which received 4 feet of water from Hurricane Harvey. Like South Carolina’s Low Country, this home reconnects the interior spaces with the great outdoors with large covered porches & expansive walls of windows.

6th 1/2 Street

Remodels can have a huge impact on a space and this project was no exception. The L shaped kitchen was designed to open up the space and create open sight lines. Features include a farmhouse sink, two-toned kitchen cabinets, marble countertops, and upgraded stainless-steel appliances.

E 12th Street Kitchen Renovation

Three large windows fill the kitchen with natural light. This, along with the layers of artificial light, highlight the beautiful finishes. Features include original hardwood floors, two-tone cabinets, farmhouse sink, quartzite countertops, and professional grade stainless steel appliances.

Columbia

The 2000 SF home built in the 1940’s was remodeled so that the kitchen, living, and dining room were more of an open floor plan and all rooms benefited from the tremendous amount of natural light. The garage was also divided into a studio space for the client/interior designer. Features include original hardwood floors, farmhouse sink, white quartz countertops, and stainless-steel appliances.

University

Memory Builders had the opportunity to work on an interior finish out for a family owned and operated boutique in Rice Village. What started out as a home décor shop shifted towards apparel when the owner’s daughter came on board as a buyer.

Lake Port

This 4680 SF home was a full remodel that flooded during Hurricane Harvey. The Kitchen cabinet layout was redesigned and upgrades were made throughout. Features include pre-engineered white oak hardwoods, natural stone countertops, and stainless-steel appliances.

E Rivercrest

Designed to be an extension of the home, the 858 square foot modern outdoor kitchen was built along the exterior side of the garage next to the existing pool. The trim, door hardware, and paint/stain selections were all used within the existing home and brought outside to this space to create a consistent look and feel.

W 22ND

The scope of this project was a kitchen, living room, and back porch addition. Three large windows in the living room and single window in the adjacent kitchen fill the space with natural light.

Wilken Street

The 1,321 square foot Modern Bungalow style pool house was designed to mimic the style of homes seen throughout the Pacific Northwest. The exterior features antique brick, v-groove porch ceilings, gas lanterns, and an outdoor shower.

E 12th Street Master Bath Renovation

The focal point of the Master Bath is the black cast iron tub with Art Deco crystal chandelier above. The soft white wall color provides the perfect backdrop for this stunning space. Additional features include dual sinks with marble countertops and champagne bronze Delta fixtures, rain head shower faucet, and porcelain tile.

19th Street

This craftsman style home by Creole Design Architects and interior design by Lamay Designs was Memory Builders first spec home as we started our business operations. The 3464 SF new construction also served as a model home staged by Thorn Patch Designs, which led to expediential growth in our business.

Windswept

The 2500 SF home is a full remodel that flooded during Hurricane Harvey with a Master Bedroom/Bath and Game Room addition. The exterior front elevation received an update with a new semi-circle driveway.

Yale

Memory Builders worked with Daniel Scott Turner Design on this 1286 SF commercial interior finish out. The franchisee gave us some unique ideas on how to turn this blank canvas into a unique haircut experience for kids and tweens.

E 12th Street

The scope for this project was to connect three separate buildings built in the 1920’s; two duplex residences and a two-story garage with an apartment into a single residence. We converted the existing 3,065 SF building into 4,212 SF by demolishing the middle garage and building a new two-story structure in its place, connecting the buildings together.

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