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Our Chrysalis Awards
for Remodeling Excellence:

2016 Award
Addition under $250,000

2014 National Winner
Best Kitchen Remodel
$50,000 - $75,000

2014 National Winner
Best Whole House Remodel
$500,000 - $1 Million

2014 Kitchen Remodel
$75,000 - $100,000

2014 Residential
Specialty Item

2013 National Winner
Residential Interior
over $100,000

2013 Addition over $250,000

2013 Whole House Remodel
$250,000 - $500,000

2012 National Winner
Best Addition over $250,000

2012 Best
Whole House Remodel
$250,000 - $500,000

2012 Best
Whole House Remodel
over $1 Million

National Winner
2011 Kitchen Remodel
over $100,000

National Winner
2011 Addition
under $100,000

National Winner
2011 Residential Interior
over $100,000

National Winner
2011 Whole House Remodel

2011 Addition
over $250,000

2010 Best Kitchen Remodel Over $100,000

2010 Best Bath Remodel Over $60,000

2009 Best Kitchen Remodel $50,000 - $75,000K

2009 Best Bath
Over $60,000

National Award
2008 Best Addition $100K - $250K


CG&S Design-Build
Remodelers of Austin, Texas

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Industry Associations: AIA, NARI
Professional Designation: AIA

Iris Davis-Quick
402 Corral Lane
Austin, TX 78745
Phone: 512 444-1580
Fax: 512 444-1790

 2008 Best Addition
 $100K - $250K

Photo by Greg Harsley

The owners of this 1938 central city home wanted to create a new bedroom suite for their daughter. They felt it was essential to preserve their home’s cottage charm and modest scale while adding the new space.

A new stair was cut into the existing hallway, leading to an upstairs landing with display shelving. In order to create space in the attic for the new rooms, the original roofline was extended upward. A new eyebrow window was added to the roof, enhancing the charm of the cottage from the exterior and providing daylight into the room. The client also wanted to renovate the kitchen. A new island was built, all cabinets were replaced, and new tile was found to match the existing.

The result of the addition and renovation is a spacious light-filled home, seamlessly integrated with the original cottage styling of the era. The homeowners have added more room for entertaining and most importantly, there is a new, private bedroom suite with dressing area and bath for their daughter.