Brian Darnell Design-Build Construction Portfolio St. Louis MO
Please take a look below at a few of the residential home remodeling and construction projects that Brian Darnell has completed. Click on the project title to view more pictures of that project. You can also click on one of the tabs above to select a specific category in Brian Darnell’s portfolio of completed projects.
A BAKER’S KITCHEN REMODEL Brian Darnell with Darnell Construction designed and built this room addition to expanded the size of the kitchen. In the design we also brought the laundry room upstairs from the basement. This spacious kitchen remodel includes oak cabinetry with granite countertops. Family and friends can retreat outdoors to a large concrete […]
MASTER BEDROOM SUITE With this project Brian Darnell with Darnell Construction added additional living space to a 9 year old home. The 2-1/2 story room addition is a master bedroom suite with an en-suite on the 2nd floor. The attic area is an extension to the third floor of the existing home. Scope of work included […]
ATTACHED VILLAS FOR TWO With this project Brian Darnell with Darnell Construction was contracted to build these attached villas which included framing, exterior doors, windows, siding, soffit and fascia.
Brian Darnell with Darnell Construction designed and built this custom wet bar. Maple hardwood with Cherry stain finish, black granite with hammered nickel sink, and under-cabinet wine cooler
SERVE US UP A DRINK Brian Darnell with Darnell Construction designed and built a custom wet bar for our client who was seeking to have an English pub style bar. We started by removed an existing wet bar that was made from 2×4’s, drywall and a laminate countertop. We then built a custom fabricated wet […]
LOG CABIN RETREAT With this project Brian Darnel with Darnell Construction rebuilt the porch railing using a mortise and tenon technique to fasten everything together. The balusters had tenons on each end that fitted into the corresponding mortises in the upper and lower rails. The ends of the rails had tenons on them that fitted […]