Hawkridge Modern

Sometimes the smallest amount of space can make all of the difference. The roof line was maintained while pushing the front wall of the home out four feet under the existing porch. This realignment combined with a clear landscaped walkway allows for a more defined entry sequence and a true sense of arrival at the… Continue reading Hawkridge Modern

Eastmoreland Remodel

By removing the walls between the kitchen and mud room and enclosing an outdoor entry, a new open kitchen design supports contemporary living—an ample work zone, efficient circulation, island seating and a breakfast area. The striking palette features plain sliced walnut cabinetry, quartz countertops and polished chrome details. A tomato-colored Clayhaus hexagon tile backsplash adds… Continue reading Eastmoreland Remodel

Concordia Renovation

Flipflopping the kitchen and dining room, and adding 22-sq.ft. made a world of difference—a totally revamped first-floor living experience. A striking bank of clear vertical grain fir cabinets ties the kitchen and dining area together. The millwork maximizes storage and supports entertaining while providing the perfect space for an artistic touch. The warmth of the… Continue reading Concordia Renovation

Alameda Update

By removing the dining room wall and adjacent storage, the reworked plan accommodates the coveted island configuration as well as a dining table.  Aligned pointed arches improve the spatial flow and visual connections from space to space with a thoughtful nod to the historic details of the home. A Clayhaus hexagon accent tile in an… Continue reading Alameda Update

Grant Garage

It is not uncommon in this part of the world to have two households sharing a driveway with very little space designated between garages. This poses design challenges that include specific code compliance issues, such as creating a firewall between the two structures. And of course, how does the look of one impact the other?… Continue reading Grant Garage