This three-bedroom, 1,320-sq.ft. home was deconstructed and brought back to life as a 1,145-sq.ft. two-bedroom haven. Built-ins bookend the centralized bathroom, creating a clear circulation path throughout the home. The garage was detached from the house—to restore easy access to the backyard—and reintroduced as guest quarters.
Beautiful built-ins unify the design of the main living areas and allow for the perfect personal touches and eye-catching accents.
The home now has a desirable open kitchen and dining area that directly connects to outdoor living space. The kitchen features rift white oak Euro-style cabinets, concrete counters and contrasting black hardware.
A FireClay tile backsplash is a highlight of the space. The ocean color is like a breath of fresh air that infuses the space with energy.
An interest in local and sustainable materials influenced the choice of finishes in this remodel.
Everyone wants to spend more time in this shower.
A skylight brings ample natural light into the centralized bathroom and an evergreen FireClay tile accent makes this a refreshing spa-like oasis. The custom-designed frosted glass panel separates the shower from the remainder of the bathroom, allowing privacy while maintaining the open design.
Light dances across the textured surfaces—an enviable mix of materials installed in pleasing geometric patterns.