Check out these Before & After images of a kitchen renovation we recently completed. The island was redesigned to enlarge the open kitchen, and stylish new finishes provide a beautiful update to the space!
We took a an under-utilized bonus room space in this suburban Charlotte home and created a freshly-styled, reconfigured space that includes a new bath.
Morris and Moffitt recently completed this renovation in Charlotte, NC with open flow from kitchen to living room for comfortable entertaining. The kitchen shines with a marble, multi-height island, and bright walls and cabinets to contrast with rich browns on floors and in adjacent rooms. The dining room and living room feature detailed chair molding, built-in bookcases, and stone fireplace.
Morris and Moffitt has enjoyed remodeling projects in Uptown Charlotte over the past few years. Uptown is an amazing place to live and we have been delighted to renovate residential spaces in an urban environment. Check out our photo gallery to see some of our work. Beautiful condominiums with great city views. We look forward to continuing to work on projects in Uptown and throughout the Charlotte area.
Check out these incredible before and after images, and see more photos of this project below..
We love making beautiful spaces for our clients, and we love this recent renovation with spacious kitchen, modern stair, and gorgeous master bath.
We recently helped these homeowners recover from fire damage and, in the process, dramatically update their spaces. We're proud of the beautiful home that resulted from this disaster!
We are proud to share some initial photos of a recently completed renovation in south Charlotte. We renovated a kitchen for this family two years ago and returned this summer for a 600 sq ft. addition, which included a master bedroom and bathroom.Read More
With the school year now in full-swing, our clients at the Ivybrook Academy's Weddington Campus are enjoying a new classroom renovation. We built a new arched partition wall between two classrooms to create a new space and comfortably accommodate more students. New wood flooring ties the space together and relocated door openings create better traffic flow through the space.Read More