It is always nice to visit a client’s home years later and remember all of the hard work and beautiful detailing we once created.Â This curved coffered ceiling with the indirect upcast lighting is a clear example of the love we have for those breathtaking details. – Semerjian Builders
Many people believe rustic beams are meant solely for a living or family room, but they can be a beautiful addition to a rustic kitchen as well. Hand hewn beams lend a rustic feeling to this otherwise modern kitchen with state of the art Wolf and Sub Zero appliances and Calacatta Gold countertops.
This luxurious and warm master bath in Wayne, Pennsylvania features a tumbled Crema Marfil heated floor in a soothing neutral color. The center mosaic medallion was imported from Verona, Italy and accentuates and mimics the copper chandelier dome, adding a nice architectural detail and giving this master bathroom a more formal appearance.
A small millwork shop built the large armoire in this transitional kitchen specifically for this rustic kitchen. The piece of furniture was drawn by hand by Bobby McAlpine and crafted with strict adherence to the finest details from the custom radiused corners, to the hinges imported from France by European Hardware and Finishes/Gerber Hinge Co. […]
When a homeowner wanted a freestanding bathtub in their master bathroom, the look had to be dramatic and grand. A custom wood apron was constructed around a unique Kohler tub to make it look like a formal piece of furniture. The large bathtub makes a big statement when you enter the room and acts as […]
Throughout the planning process of creating your dream custom home, itâ€™s comforting to know that a premier builder like Mark Semerjian will be there to oversee every single detail of the project from start to finish. The first step in any plan, whether it is a new home or a renovation, is to address what […]
In this Semerjian custom home, an arched 9-foot high solid mahogany door was specifically created for an entranceway to a covered porch. The true divided light glazing adds a dramatic, additional light source into the home while the door is accentuated with a barrel vaulted alcove.
Unconventional elements make up this open, airy Semerjian built kitchen. Whereas most cabinets are made in maple or cherry, these are made with clear and pecky cypress, harvested from swamplands mostly found in the South. The material actually comes from a fungal attack that leaves long, narrow burrows or cavities in the wood of the […]
Corinthian columns and decorative crown molding were used to create an extremely dramatic effect in this formal dining room within a large Semerjian estate home. Having crown molding return around openings, or projected on top of openings, enhances its profiling and shape and creates a three dimensional effect. Itâ€™s a small detail but one that […]
With stonework, a lot of homes simply feature the same stone throughout various elevations of a home. In a Semerjian home, these details are intricately detailed, mixing textures and materials, adding tons of character. This functioning custom copper leaderhead rests upon a tremendous amount of artistry in masonry and stonework. The decorative valance features site […]
In this McAlpine Tankersley home, the salon /living room features clear pecky cypress post and beam and a pecky cypress tongue and groove paneling on the ceiling. All of the sage colored woodwork was initially installed unfinished. Faux finish artisans were engaged by designer Susan Ferrier from McAlpine, Booth and Ferrier Interiors and remained onsite […]
In many old European homes, a date plaque was installed to memorialize the year the home was built. In this French Norman home, a limestone plaque was written in French to enhance the authenticity of the home and commemorate the creation of this masterpiece.