French Revival Project: The Beginning

We've been working on an amazing project for quite some time now, and we are beyond thrilled to start sharing all of the fun details! It makes the most sense to start from the very beginning with how the project came to be and the driving forces behind it. With that being said, here is our "French Revival" in all its glory:

Nearly 2 years ago, our great friends and amazing clients approached us with what can only be described as a French architectural dream. Working with them and their fabulous architect Mike Upwall of Salt Lake City, UT has been both rewarding and fun. While we could go on and on (and on!) about how lovely this whole project has been, we think the pictures do a pretty great job telling the story.

Now, let's start from the beginning . . .

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As with any home, a hole was dug and footings poured. At this point, the columns then began to take shape. The column supports were done very early in the process which was necessary structurally.

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Another great shot and even more columns going in. (And all of them will be absolutely gorgeous!)

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Once the columns were in place, framing could commence. With the first walls up, the French Revival Project really started to feel like a reality!

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And finally, just a sneak peak at one of the hundreds of beautiful details that will make this home truly magnificent. The soft curved walls and stately turrets (that you'll get to see soon!) really just take our breath away! 

Next week we'll share more of our favorite pictures and the next stages for this fun project, so make sure to stop by!