For the October edition of House & Home Magazine HomeTech Renovations was given the cover page and an Exclusive Feature Article on a major remodeling project completed last summer! Congratulations to everyone involved with the project!!!!
The project came out beautiful and the clients were so happy with the outcome of the project that they even did a VIDEO TESTIMONIAL. To see more photos of the project vsit our portfolio: Rustic Eclecticism: Chester Springs
HomeTech Renovations is hosting a course for architects on the use of Alternative Materials for Countertops and work surfaces at our studio in Fort Washington. The course will be presented by Brooks Custom.
Brooks Custom has been in the business of producing the highest quality; innovative countertops since 1977 and since then have been pioneering the latest and newest materials for a variety of countertops and work surface applications.
Course Name: Alternative Materials for Countertops
Course Description: Learn about specifying wood, concrete, stainless steel, copper, bronze, zinc, pewter and glass for countertop materials.
AIA/CES Learning Credits: 2
IF you are a local architect and interested in this course CLICK HERE to learn more about the class and to register or RSVP.
HomeTech is excited to welcome Lilywork Ceramic Ornament to our Artisan Gallery.
Lilywork Ceramic Ornament is based out of Bucks County, PA, an area rich in handcrafted tile heritage. Lilywork designers draw their inspiration from local tile-making traditions, as well as, world travels, historic patterning and architectural studies. Their designs reflect cross-cultural elements from historic Korean, Turkish, Roman, Persian, Moroccan, Central Asian and Spanish decorative arts.
Owners, designers and creators of Lilywork are ceramists Paul and Esther Halferty. Paul, a graduate of Tyler School of Art, has been producing tiles for twelve years and currently is the mold-maker at Moravian Pottery and Tile Works. Esther, a graduate of Hartford Art School, has gathered experience as a museum assistant collections manager, art teacher in Istanbul,Turkey, and design consultant. She has been creating tiles for eight years. Both use inspirations from travels abroad to develop designs.
To learn more about Paul, Esther and Lilywork visit their website: Lilywork Ceramic Ornament