Our Northern California Redwood City project is complete and boy-oh-boy, are we happy with the final result. This house went from the 80's to 2018 within 3 months and our clients were able to move in just in time for the holidays!
This house originally had a closed off galley kitchen where we completely reworked the footprint and created a great room concept by blowing out the oven wall you see below! This area now boasts a 7 foot waterfall island with a stunning Calcatta quartz with perfectly mirrored interior panels and mitered corners for that extra detail. We brought in a soft gray cabinet, beveled subway tile and brass accents that simply make us swoon!
Next, we worked our way upstairs and also reworked the footprint of the once cramped vanity in the guest bath. By converting a hall closet into the new toilet area we were able to enhance the vanity to a large 48" focal point when passing through the hallway. This black and white textured, tonal bath is going to make it hard for guests to leave!
Finally, the master bath shower walls and soffit were blown out to maximize the shower width and height. We brought in a striking honed marble wall tile and textured herringbone mosaic to create an elegant detail. We carried in the brass metals and added raw wood elements into this bath to keep it feeling warm, inviting and classic. We are yet again so thankful for our sweet clients who made this project so exciting and a project that I couldn't be more proud of. Thank you for letting us be apart of your story!
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