One of the main reasons we moved was to get a guest room, but the thought of having a room only used a couple times a year seemed wasteful to me! (This was the master bedroom for the previous owners - we are making an old game room into our Master). To make this space work for us, we removed the two walk-in closets and created built-in bunk beds and [...]Read Full PostTags: Makeover | Remodel
I’ve got to say, it’s pretty hard for me to "let go" of control when we’re talking about a RRR project! When our number one girl Mallory was looking for a new apartment we just happened to have a rental space we were about to start renovating! This little gem was perfect to fit her needs. Shreveport neighborhoods like Highland and South Highlands are filled with charming [...]Read Full PostTags: Makeover | Remodel
This quaint residence in South Highland was purchased by a fun, hip, young couple who wanted to put roots down in this historic neighborhood. They loved the location and all of the character, but one problem. It was updated….I know, I know, that normally would be a good thing, BUT Kelly and Gerritt envisioned a specific look that didn’t include the dark cabinets and builder grade [...]Read Full PostTags: Makeover
Have you ever looked at someone’s bathroom or kitchen and thought WOW! Whether it is the backsplash in a kitchen, the wall tile in a shower, or the floors in any room, incredible tile can make a room! Incredible tile can also make the room incredibly EXPENSIVE. The reason some of these rooms you ‘Ooh’ and ‘Ahh’ over LOOK like a million [...]Read Full PostTags: Makeover
At Red River Remodelers, Angie is the first person homeowners meet. Her role includes residential design, estimating, showroom visits, on-sight analysis of existing conditions, and coordination of pricing with all our trade partners. She is a native of Shreveport, wife and mother of two and has her own home that is her personal work in progress.
Angie holds a bachelors degree from the College of Family and Consumer Sciences at Northwestern State University of Louisiana where she was a duel major in Fashion Merchandising and Housing and Interiors. She is also a member of the National Kitchen and Bath Association. Angie has worked in the Interior Design and Residential Construction field in Shreveport, LA since 1999.