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Car­raige Sig­na­ture Homes prove that in­no­va­tion is an op­tion to be ad­mired.

Walk­ing through this Eas­ton show home, you can ap­pre­ci­ate the func­tion­al­ity of a lay­out that melds with qual­ity work­man­ship, cre­ative de­sign, and com­fort. Open and airy, grace­ful flows and ex­cep­tional styling prove that in­no­va­tion is an op­tion to be ad­mired.

For over twenty years Car­riage Sig­na­ture Homes of Ed­mon­ton has en­joyed suc­cess build­ing cus­tom homes that demon­strate ex­cel­lence in de­sign, fin­ish­ing de­tails, and crafts­man­ship. Their one-on-one ser­vice pro­to­col im­ple­ments high stan­dards so that you can be con­fi­dent that Car­riage will sur­pass your ex­pec­ta­tions. “We pro­vide out­stand­ing cus­tomer ser­vice and some of the most qual­i­fied trades­men in the in­dus­try and we can build your dream home in less time than you think,” ad­mits Kevin Petersen, Gen­eral Man­ager of Car­riage Sig­na­ture Homes.

The Pagliano is a re-cre­ated show home that makes an im­pact with ev­ery­thing done just right. “We have an­other show home in Keswick that is sim­i­lar, but with a more tra­di­tion dé­cor and we wanted to see how tran­si­tional styling would ap­peal to those who pre­fer a con­tem­po­rary con­text within a win­ning lay­out,” shares Petersen.

Lo­cated in Erin Ridge of St. Al­bert, the sub­di­vi­sion of Eas­ton fea­tures a small en­clave of cus­tom homes that en­sures that no two fa­cades look alike. Close to shop­ping with more ameni­ties on the hori­zon, Kevin adds, “We are ex­cited to be part of this new phase of Erin Ridge in St. Al­bert.”

This forced, walk-out bun­ga­low is ideal for empty nesters and fam­i­lies with older chil­dren and in­cludes a main floor mas­ter and two bed­rooms down­stairs with a Jack and Jill bath, wine room, wet bar, and a gen­er­ous lounge area. Dis­play­ing 2,057 square feet on the main with an ad­di­tional 1,460 square feet of lower level com­forts, gen­er­ous win­dows and walk­out fea­tures pro­vide am­ple light through­out. “The home backs onto a treed walk­way, so we have taken ad­van­tage of this by us­ing large rear fac­ing win­dows to en­joy the views,” de­scribes Petersen.

Fam­ily-owned and ded­i­cated to smaller vol­umes that af­ford the ser­vice and qual­ity they are well known for, Car­riage Sig­na­ture Homes be­lieves that el­e­gance, beauty, ef­fi­ciency, func­tion­al­ity, and pure de­sir­abil­ity com­bine to make each home a true ‘Mas­ter­piece.’ “We be­lieve in true cus­tom de­sign and qual­ity over quan­tity with each mem­ber of our team in­volved with our client’s wants and needs,” ad­mits Petersen.

Spe­cial fea­tures cap­ture a hand­some bar­rel-vaulted ceil­ing with black wal­nut de­tails. Her­ring­bone pat­terned hard­wood in the foyer and kitchen, and a curved stair­case with fea­ture wall. “This show home is a bit of a change for us as most peo­ple who have vis­ited our homes have seen more tra­di­tional decors. It’s a dif­fer­ent look for us that is still invit­ing and warm and some­thing ev­ery­one could tran­si­tion to,” adds Petersen.

A spe­cial thanks to the fol­low­ing sup­pli­ers:

Gem Cab­i­nets Sierra Con­tract Floor­ing Sharp Wood­work­ing Ritz Me­chan­i­cal AB Tile & Stone Chateau Light­ing All Weather Win­dows Spe­cial­ized Stair & Rail Wood & En­ergy Store Remo’s Ma­sonry ASI Ar­chi­tec­tural Stone & Iron Prod­ucts KJ Elec­tric MET Ex­te­ri­ors Top Shelf Closet & Glass


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A curved-top front en­try fea­tures a steel door with black me­tal vent­ing win­dows and peb­ble glass in­serts. Her­ring­bone white oak hard­woods add el­e­gance at en­try. The stair­case fea­tures an oak rail­ing with cus­tom me­tal spin­dles with curved-wall wain­scot­ing align­ing the stair­case to the lower level.

A nook din­ing room en­joys dual-sided views with clerestory win­dows adding sun­light to an el­e­gant set­ting. Ac­cess to the Trex deck fea­tures an alu­minum and glass rail­ing for un­ob­structed views.

The free­stand­ing soaker bath hosts black faucets amidst white sub­way wall tile. Be­yond, the mas­ter bed­room fea­tures a cof­fered ceil­ing with crown mould­ings and wain­scot­ing.

Semi-pol­ished ce­ramic tile clads mas­ter en­suite sur­faces where mod­i­fied Shaker-style, maple cab­i­nets in Ash Grey host LED un­der-cab­i­net light­ing. Dual ves­sel sinks with black bases con­trast with white quartz coun­ter­tops against a back­splash of hexagon ce­ramic tile.

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