About UsPDRdesigns is a different kind of Architectural Firm. We stress the human element – meaning we create family memories and emotional connections when we design your home! We excel in Residential Designs at the Jersey Shore and offer Architectural Services for Residential and Commercial projects. We are registered Architects, capable of designing your addition, new home, or new building. Contact us today to get started!
Mailing address: 766 Green Valley Road, Jackson, NJ 08527
Office address: 1245 Airport Road, Lakewood, NJ 08701
Phone: 732-773-3000 / 732-703-3799
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Category Archives: Interior Details
This issue we are focusing on Creating Specialty Rooms within your home. Many homeowners focus on the kitchen, baths, and overall living space which is definitely a major part of a home. To those who are passionate about something, … Continue reading
Whether you like simple white subway tile or an intricate mosaic tile, when adding a backsplash to your kitchen you are creating an element in the space that is custom to you and your likes. With so many different options … Continue reading
Laundry Room “The Forgotten Room” With school back in session and kids sports schedules in full force, we would like to talk about the laundry room and how to make a not so enjoyable chore more enjoyable. With the right … Continue reading
“Creativity is Contagious, pass it on.” – Albert Einstein The kitchen is the heart of the home. Where memories are made and traditions are passed on. Kitchens are becoming larger and often include an island or peninsula with stools, as … Continue reading
“Tomorrow, you may roam; but while you’re here, just feel at home.” Unknown The “great room” is such an amazing name! Who wouldn’t want to be in a room like that? This should be a room that welcomes, inspires, and … Continue reading
“My bedroom is my sanctuary.” Vera Wang Many years after I built my house, my master bedroom was still not completed. The trim was put up quickly just to get it in and the walls were only partially painted. Finally, … Continue reading