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Nate and Michelle wanted to build a new guest bathroom for their second bedroom. Plenty of shiplap, subway tile, and one sliding barn door later, the project was complete. Head on over to the blog for the full story.

An NYC Couple Escapes to the Country, Part 1

Nate and Michelle wanted to build a new guest bathroom for their second bedroom. Plenty of shiplap, subway tile, and one sliding barn door later, the project was complete. Head on over to the blog for the full story.

Nate and Michelle wanted to build a new guest bathroom for their second bedroom. Plenty of shiplap, subway tile, and one sliding barn door later, the project was complete. Head on over to the blog for the full story.

An NYC Couple Escapes to the Country, Part 1

Nate and Michelle wanted to build a new guest bathroom for their second bedroom. Plenty of shiplap, subway tile, and one sliding barn door later, the project was complete. Head on over to the blog for the full story.

As a first-time renovator, Matt wanted to give his crumbling bath a professional makeover. To make it investment-ready, he installed new fixtures, glossy white subway tile, and a floating wood vanity. He also replaced the old tub with a sparkling walk-in shower.

An Old Bath Gets Investment-Ready

As a first-time renovator, Matt wanted to give his crumbling bath a professional makeover. To make it investment-ready, he installed new fixtures, glossy white subway tile, and a floating wood vanity. He also replaced the old tub with a sparkling walk-in shower.

When Domino magazine moved to an old sewing factory to accommodate their growing team, they came to Sweeten to find a general contractor to design and build out the space. The office renovation includes a colorful lobby, workstations, conference rooms, a full kitchen, and plenty of comfortable seating areas for lounging and working.

Domino’s New Office is “So Domino”

When Domino magazine moved to an old sewing factory to accommodate their growing team, they came to Sweeten to find a general contractor to design and build out the space. The office renovation includes a colorful lobby, workstations, conference rooms, a full kitchen, and plenty of comfortable seating areas for lounging and working.

Nearing retirement, JoAnn and Brian downsize from a 6-bedroom home in New Jersey to a 600-square-foot apartment to fulfill their lifelong dream of living in New York City. See the before and after photos and read about the renovation on the blog.

Empty Nesters Turn a Rental into a Cozy Home

Nearing retirement, JoAnn and Brian downsize from a 6-bedroom home in New Jersey to a 600-square-foot apartment to fulfill their lifelong dream of living in New York City. See the before and after photos and read about the renovation on the blog.

A chance encounter in Spain brought Kim and Ian together. Their long-distance relationship blossomed, and when it came time to close the 10,000-mile gap between them, they purchased a studio apartment on the Upper West Side. After a gut renovation, they're finally ready to enjoy life on the same continent together.

A Studio Co-op Renovated for Two

A chance encounter in Spain brought Kim and Ian together. Their long-distance relationship blossomed, and when it came time to close the 10,000-mile gap between them, they purchased a studio apartment on the Upper West Side. After a gut renovation, they're finally ready to enjoy life on the same continent together.

Deep blue walls set a soothing tone in Nate and Michelle's downstairs bath while the white ceiling and subway tile keeps the space feeling bright.

A Moody Bath for a Getaway Home

Deep blue walls set a soothing tone in Nate and Michelle's downstairs bath while the white ceiling and subway tile keeps the space feeling bright.

A Greenwich Village loft takes advantage of massive windows and 14-foot ceilings with a kitchen, bathroom, and closet renovation. One change that increased the brightness tenfold was replacing the dark parquet flooring with natural white oak.

A Greenwich Village Loft Gets a Makeover

A Greenwich Village loft takes advantage of massive windows and 14-foot ceilings with a kitchen, bathroom, and closet renovation. One change that increased the brightness tenfold was replacing the dark parquet flooring with natural white oak.

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