Spring Creek Design
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Spring Creek Design is a creative, full service design+build firm. We envision and craft beautiful environments, both interior and exterior. Our passion is working with clients to discover their unique style and designing spaces that will allow them to experience life the way they want to live it. Like a tailored suit or a work of art, no two are exactly alike. Our remodeling designs capture the true passions of our clients and marry them with hand selected materials that reflect their individual personalities.

Spring Creek Design was established in 2001 by Pete Cooper. Nationally Award-Winning, design-centric and driven by excellence. Architecture, design, web-based project management and superior craftsmanship delivered as one seamless process.

Extensive experience with green & sustainable building, with a passion for modern, transitional and craftsman design.

Think. Build.

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Services Provided
3D Rendering, Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Attic Conversion, Barn Design & Construction, Basement Design, Basement Remodeling, Bathroom Design, Bathroom Remodeling, Building Design, Carport Installation, Custom Home Bars, Custom Homes, Deck Building, Deck Design, Energy-Efficient Homes, Floor Plans, Garage Design, Green Building, Handicap-Accessible Design, Home Additions, Home Gym Design & Construction, Home Remodeling, Kitchen Design, Kitchen Remodeling, Landscape Plans, Laundry Room Design, Lighting Design, Mudroom Design, New Home Construction, Outdoor Kitchen Construction, Pool House Design & Construction, Porch Design & Construction, Prefab Houses, Radiant Floor Heating, Site Planning, Space Planning, Staircase Design, Sunroom Design & Construction, Sustainable Design, Tiny House Construction, Universal Design, Workshop Design & Construction

Areas Served
Atglen, Birchrunville, Blue Ball, Bowmansville, Caln, Coatesville, Downingtown, East Earl, Fivepointville, Geigertown, Honey Brook, King Of Prussia, Parkesburg, Pocopson, Saint Peters, South Coatesville, Thorndale, Valley Forge, Wagontown, West Chester, Westwood, Wynnewood, Haverford, Havertown, Bryn Mawr, Merion Station, Ardmore, Narberth, Gladwyne, Radnor, Wayne, Devon, Berwyn, Newtown Square, Paoli, Edgemont, Media, Villanova, Tredyffrin, Malvern, Chadds Ford, Phoenixville, Exton, Chester Springs, Eagle, Kennett Square, Birmingham, Swarthmore

Certifications and Awards
Remodeling Magazine's Big50 Winner - 2018
Qualified Remodeler's Top 500 List - 2018
NARI National Contractor of the Year - 2013
NARI Regional Contractor of the Year - 2015, 2013
DelChester NARI Contractor of the Year - 2016, 2013, 2012, 2011
EPA Certified Lead-Safe Firm.
Chester County Award Winning Design Build Firm
Best of Houzz

Contact: Pete Cooper
Location: 94 Village Square
Honey Brook, PA 19344
License Number: PA011847
Typical Job Costs: $50,000 - 2,500,000
These prices are reflective of different types of projects. Please call our office for more information on pricing.
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Commented: Board and Batten Spacing Hi Kristal! The battens are 16" OC, and are 1 1/2" wide.
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Commented: Type of wood and color stain on cabinets? Hi Diane! The wood is cherry. I'm really sorry, but I don't remember the stain color, and as this project was over 10 years ago the original cabinet invoice was lost in a computer system migration.
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Commented: Backsplash Question Thanks for the question! The top and backsplash are made from "Rainforest" marble.
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Commented: Counter question... This stone is "Rainforest". Thanks for asking!
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Commented: I love this granite! so sorry ... I thought I answered this question long ago! This granite is called Rainforest. the little accents were made from scraps.
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Commented: Where is the vanity from? The vanity cabinet and top are from Ikea.
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