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The Legacy Continues

It seems only natural that brothers Corbin and Ross See would follow in their father’s footsteps to become successful interior designers in today’s contemporary lifestyle market. They grew up in a creative environment with their father, Carson See, a well-known and respected Oklahoma City designer and founder of Sees Design.  Corbin and Ross say they’ve learned everything they know about...

Bringing Nature Inside

Photography by Nathan Harmon Every interior design project Kurt Barron of Barron and McClary General Contractors tackles proposes its own unique challenges. This home near Tulsa’s Edison High School was no different. “It was an older house, built in the 1970s in what was originally a vacant field,” says Barron.       To achieve the renovation the owners hoped for in this...

Worth the Wait

It took time for architect Brian Jaggers and his clients to find just the right location in Oklahoma City to build a dream home. What the couple found in Cobblestone Park, the city’s upscale northwest district, is perfect for their lifestyle. “It took a year to find the property and a year to complete the design process,” Jaggers says. With a...

Invitation to Sophistication

The exterior of a new Edmond residence has an upscale, sophisticated design, which is “exactly what the homeowners wanted,” says Andrew French, owner of French Construction Co. That’s definitely the first impression the homeowners wanted to make … but step across the threshold into the large entry and there’s a warm, comfortable, inviting aura. The entry sets the stage for...

An Inviting Renovation

When an unknown architect designed a particular home in midtown Tulsa in 1957, he couldn’t have predicted it would go through a magnificent transformation 61 years later. It’s doubtful now that he would even recognize the home’s interior from its original blueprint. When empty-nesters who love to entertain asked Kurt Barron of Barron and McClary General Contractors to look at the...

Two-Story Modernity

What was once a property featuring a 1950s ranch-style home near Lewis Avenue and Utica Square has now assumed a modern persona, thanks to the designs of Brian L. Freese, a well-known Tulsa architect and the principal of Freese Architecture. That house was demolished to make way for a two-story home that is decidedly contemporary. It has an abundance of...