WrightWorks has participated in the St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild Decorators’ Showhouse for a number of years in support of the Guild and designer Matt Harris of MWHarris LLC. In 2005, Matt designed and WrightWorks built the kitchen in that year’s show home. Design by MWHarris
This room was part of a whole house, mid-century modern renovation in the neighborhood of Arden. Design by MWHarris
This basement was completed for the owners of a new home in the Geist area of Indianapolis. Design by MWHarris
Cramped. Closed-in. Claustrophobic. Elbow-banging tiny. Those were a few of the words the owners of this Carmel home used to describe their kitchen when we met to begin planning their renovation. Built in the 80s, it was overdue for an update but our clients wanted much more than new cabinets, counters and a fresh coat of […]
This Indianapolis Jack and Jill bath renovation features Lacava fixtures, Carerra marble tile, and Oceanside glass mosaic accents. Design by MWHarris
This project was an update of a very small bath in a home on Meridian Street, in the neighborhood of Meridian-Kessler. It features a Carrera marble floor, ceramic subway tile walls, and a glass mosaic accent band. Design by MWHarris
Indianapolis Remodeling Contractor on the Cover of Professional Remodeler Magazine INDIANAPOLIS…Christopher Wright, President of WrightWorks LLC, is featured on the cover of the January 2011 issue of Professional Remodeler. The national trade publication, which reaches over 83,000 readers monthly, interviewed Wright for the article, “16 Tips for Successful E-Marketing.” “We’ve built a solid reputation for […]
Over the years we’ve installed 10s of thousands of square feet of glass mosaic tile in our remodeling projects. It’s a beautiful material and comes in a variety of shapes, colors, and sizes–from monochromatic textures to colored blends to large patterns and murals. This particular project featured a mosaic pattern from Italian glass manufacturer Bisazza. […]
Can you remember the first time you walked into an old house as a kid? The sound of squeaky doors, the groan of the floors as you walked from room to room and, of course, the smell—that peculiar odor unique to houses with old furnaces, drafty windows and dusty cupboards.
Repairs After The Storm Choose Your Contractor Wisely By Stan Lehr This week’s severe weather leaves property owners negotiating with insurance companies, disaster officials–and home repair contractors.