Award-winning residential design

Keystone Creative is a nationally recognized residential design firm specializing in whole-house transformations and new-home designs. The team reimagines kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, living rooms, and even laundry rooms to fulfill homeowners’ dreams and increase the value of homes.

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Residential Design Services

Keystone Creative can handle the entire process, from the initial concept and blueprint drafting, to interior design and material selection, to construction and quality control management.

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Award-Winning Home Designs

Homes designed by Keystone Creative have won awards from The National Association of the Remodeling IndustryQualified Remodeler Magazine, and 417 Magazine.

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Strong relationships build better custom homes

Homeowners are wowed by Keystone Creative’s results because of our continuous and decades-long vendor-vetting process. From cabinetry and molding to tile and flooring, we choose the best people to create…

Change your home, change your life

What if I were tasked with creating the gourmet meal for a major charity ball attended by the “who’s who” of society. I could follow a recipe book and cook…

The 2,000-year-old secret to great custom-home design

Through my long career in construction and custom-home design, I’ve learned timeless lessons about the importance of functionality, the value of quality materials and craftsmanship, and how a well-planned home…

Custom Cabinetry Design: Thinking Outside the Box

Cabinetry is essential to custom-home design. It represents permanent furnishings for your home that, unlike furniture and decor, are not easily swapped out in the future. Every detail must be…

The best time in history to design a home

Architectural lessons learned from the “painted ladies.” When I was a young carpenter in the mid-1980s, learning more and more about the construction trades, I had the great opportunity to…