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  • Kitchen Expansion, Traditional styling with modern conveniences made possible by expanding into space previously occupied by the formal dining room., Kitchens

    Kitchen Expansion

    10 Photos, 36,940 Views, Flag

  • A place to drop your keys., This entryway was created to separate the front door area from the rest of the foyer. We added the glass doorway slate floor custom cabinet and lighting to delight the senses upon entering the home. The cabinet was built around an existing radiator. The color scheme is light and airy. Note: Before and after pictures., Entryways & Halls

    A place to drop your k...

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  • Warm & Cozy Craftsman Living Room, I love sitting in my living room. People have referred to it as warm cozy inviting etc. I attribute it to the generous amount of wood (mahogany ebony Brazilian cherry American cherry) used and the natural stone fireplace., Entryways & Halls

    Warm & Cozy Craftsma...

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  • Casual. Comfortable. Modern?, Old on the outside, new on the inside: 1884 rowhouse in a city neighborhood, updated on a budget with simple materials and lots of DIY. It's a small home, but high ceilings and plenty of built-ins make it feel open and comfortable. I've kept things pretty neutral because I like to change the feeling of the space with fresh ART..., Living Spaces

    Casual. Comfortable. ...

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  • New Dining Rm. from old utility/bath rms., Cramped utility and ugly half/bath were blown out and opened up to kitchen for a casual dining room, Dining Rooms

    New Dining Rm. from ...

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  • Master Bathroom Getaway!, Our old master bath was not functional. New bathroom is over twice the size thanks to my handy husband & good friends! It has a soaking jet tub plasma tv 4 person shower w/bench &  body sprays and lots of travertine! We opted for only one sink in here.We  decided to save on space & didn't ever use 2.  I love how it turned out and it is very nice after a long day with the kids to turn on HGTV and soak in that tub! Thanks for looking! Enjoy! My inspiration all comes from HPJ185! , Bathrooms

    Master Bathroom Geta...

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  • Stacked Stone Redo, We took an average style home of 1500 sq. ft. and tried to add luxury and open space to a standard design. We added stacked stone to the fireplace, along with a gas insert for warmth. Put in 8 foot french doors to the back yard and increased the windows by 1 foot in height for more natural light. Recessed lights for atmosphere and the removal of a partial wall gave us the open luxurious feel we were looking for. Not to mention, complete access to the kitchen from the family room. Very necessary for those afternoon ballgames., Living Spaces

    Stacked Stone Redo

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  • From old and dingy to spa-like retreat, Before and After photos of our Ensuite Bath. This old and dingy space was remodeled from the ground up. The picture doesn't show it, but there was a rough 2x10 over the vanity that had a fluorescent light fixture. It was a very depressing room with cheap tile in the shower over a yellowing acrylic shower pan and a cheap door. 

The new spa-like bath features a floating glass vanity with an opaque vessel sink and a framed mirror above. We built a custom shower with river pebble floor and travertine walls. A strip of pebble accent runs in the length of the bath floor and up on the wall in the shower. A rain showerhead and frameless glass door completes the shower which also features a recessed panel for bottles.

The bathroom has a door to a small balcony which used to be solid but by replacing it with an opaque glass french door it lets plenty natural light in the room but keeping it private., Bathrooms

    From old and dingy to ...

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  • Integrated Contemporary Bath, Warming blend of textures, colors and ergonomic features that meld contemporary design with the traditional home., Bathrooms

    Integrated Contempora...

    8 Photos, 16,866 Views, Flag

  • Painted Cabinets no more!, Old dated cabinets, to painted - get me by for a while cabinets, to custom dream kitchen cabinets!  , Kitchens

    Painted Cabinets no m...

    5 Photos, 6,575 Views, Flag

  • Expanded Family Room, 8-foot addition set fireplace on center with structural columns., Living Spaces

    Expanded Family Room

    3 Photos, 6,673 Views, Flag

  • Adding a hutch and pantry, Hutch, pantry, pull out shelves, plenty of storage, Kitchens

    Adding a hutch and pan...

    5 Photos, 22,165 Views, Flag

  • Gloomy to Sunny, Pool and deck were totally redone along with landscaping.  Pool was retrofitted with LED lighting and deck was covered in an elegant travertine stone.  Landscaping uses exotic plants and trees from South Florida, Asia, Brazil and the Caribbean while breaking the previous straight lines and producing a more "flowing" curved space. , Outdoor Spaces

    Gloomy to Sunny

    6 Photos, 15,534 Views, Flag

  • Mardi & David C. Complete Renovation, This dated 1970's childhood home to them was a place where Mardi grew up and now took possession with her husband and children years later which was full of memories.  They gave us the opportunity to transform this house to a masterpiece that they now have enjoyed for the past year.  
This is a 3 story home in Irvine Turtle Rock area that has a magnificent view but unfortunately was blocked by 3 interior walls on the 1st floor. We removed all interior walls and install approx 5000 lbs of structural I-Beams that now hold the house up. The kitchen was in the middle of the house which was relocated to the opposite side giving it a larger kitchen area and opening up the house so when you walked in the door your eyes never stopped looking. Where once your eyes stopped at the wall when you walked in now carry out down the stairs through the room and off into the city lights. Every square inch of this home was remodeled 3 bathrooms, outside hard cape and soft cape. This house has the coolest railing that I designed.  All the wood in the house is African mahogany and stained with 2 part golden oak and 1 part red mahogany with a semi gloss clear.  The entire bathroom ceiling was raised from 7’6” to 10’4” to make it feel more spacious. Thanks a lot for taking the time to visit and appreciate your feedback. 
, Kitchens

    Mardi & David C. Com...

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  • Transitional White Kitchen, A highly traditional kitchen turned TRANSITIONAL beauty!! This beautiful "white kitchen" encompasses many custom features. The needs of this functional kitchen were an open concept for easy entertainment, a light and airy feeling with updated appliances, and an additional counter prep for mail station. After relocating the stove and refrigerator and designing a new, larger custom island, we met each and ever need for a clean, contemporary kitchen. The shaker style custom cabinetry was detailed exquisitely, and the white marble backsplash and granite countertops added to the custom finishes. The superior craftsmanship in this white kitchen was highlighted throughout the lighting and upper cabinet muntin grids with glass fronts. , Kitchens

    Transitional White K...

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  • Goodbye 1990's, Hello Light, Bright, and Beautiful!, Our tired 1990's oak kitchen with original vinyl flooring, cabinets, fixtures, and (gulp) a bathroom door right off the kitchen, was completely updated and rearranged for better function, storage, and a lighter, more contemporary feel. The bathroom entrance had to go, so a new doorway was created off the nearby family room. The refrigerator was moved to another wall to create better flow, and a 7-foot island replaced a small island with little counter space. A wall previously featuring a desk was was moved back several feet and now features a handsome set of pantry cabinets. New creamy white shaker style cabinets and trim keep the kitchen light and bright. Granite counters, stainless steel appliances and contemporary lighting give the kitchen a modern touch. Tangerine chairs in the adjacent breakfast area provide a pop of color in the otherwise neutral kitchen., Kitchens

    Goodbye 1990's, Hello ...

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  • "Extreme" Kitchen Remodel, Extreme Renovation!!!! Our clients purchased an existing home that had been badly neglected but had great bones.  We were asked to completely transform the Kitchen and Breakfast Room.  The resident "Chef" (Mom) wanted a space that was welcoming and easy to use., Kitchens

    "Extreme" Kitchen Re...

    6 Photos, 3,605 Views, Flag

  • Bright Color Kitchen Remodel -- Viva la Fiesta!, There's nothing neutral in the color palette I chose when designing our Kitchen remodel.  The first reaction visitors always make a remark about is the "Caribbean Blue" subway tiles on the backsplash. We also added a wall of white cabinetry on an empty wall, to function as a Pantry & Desk nook area.  The walkway into the Kitchen was widened 8", allowing a view to the Living room/front door area. Lighting in the glass front cabinets, under the cabinets and can lighting in the ceiling were installed -- well worth the expense. We installed the new Kitchen sink more to the left to lineup with the window and then topped it off with a bold striped window awning, fringed in blue glass beads. The look was inspired by my upbringing in Santa Barbara, California ---- all the colors of the Old Spanish Days Fiesta celebration, which were drawn from a hand-painted tile you might notice displayed beneath the corner glass cabinet., Kitchens

    Bright Color Kitchen ...

    8 Photos, 6,015 Views, Flag

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