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Before: The existing foyer functioned as a theatrical stage as people entered the home. There was no defined space or privacy for the occupants of the living room. The foyer was home to the front door, stairwell landing, coat closet, an awkward island, and multiple ste...

On behalf of our entire team, I would like to say thank you to all of our friends, clients, vendors and partners that have contributed to making 2019 a fun and fulfilling year. 

We hope you enjoy time with your loved ones and have the opportunity to relax and do whateve...

The Morse Custom Homes and Remodeling team…Heading in new directions….     

I was working in my front yard the other day as two ladies approached my home while walking their dogs on the sidewalk. Ironically, both were clients of Morse back in the day. We had a...

Before: This project objective was to create an entertainment oasis with new outdoor kitchen, swimming pool, and better exterior connectivity from the kitchen. The three windows at the kitchen nook bump-out were removed in order to connect the kitchen to the backyard e...

Embarking on a home remodeling project can be a daunting task. There are many decisions to be made pertaining to layout, products and finishes. During our custom design build process, these decisions are ultimately approved by the client. The task is much easier when y...

DaVinci student Jenna is learning carpentry skills through the Freight Harbor Fellowship program under the guidance of Morse Custom Homes and Remodeling.     

Big Picture Learning, with support from Harbor Freight Tools for Schools, is designing a new form of...

The clients expressed their desire to upgrade their 1950’s country club, mid-century ranch-style home’s kitchen. The kitchen was cnce an entertainers’ dream. However, materials, appliances, and layout have changed over six decades. Our task was to bring the entertainme...