When our contractor Zac of Well Done Building and Design asked us to be a part of his personal home remodel we couldn't say "YES" fast enough. We love challenging, dated spaces and love to rework layouts to really maximize the function and flow individual to each family and how they use their home. We wanted this main great room to feel open, inviting and full of natural light. This reno was a FAST 6 week start to finish as we were in a mad dash to get Zac and his wife into their home in time to welcome their baby girl who made her debut 2 days after we pulled the paper and welcomed his family in! Talk about a firm deadline! We are happy to announce baby Scout Rose is loving her new home and after a few weeks of letting the now family of three settle in, we called in our friend Anita Yokota, design stylist extraordinaire to style the spaces we worked so hard on and show them off to their full potential. There is nothing we love more than creative minds joining forces and creating spaces that we will all forever be proud of. So a HUGE thanks to Anita for your talent and help with bringing these spaces to life!
With a simple re-working of the existing kitchen layout we couldn't catapult this kitchen back from the 70s fast enough! This open concept great room is highlighted by beautiful details like a Quartz waterfall island, shiplap hood that flows into the back wall, along with mixed metals and woven pendants to bring in texture and contrast. We also had an exciting opportunity to show off GE's new designer series called Café Appliances which really bring it all home for this Southern California family. These appliances are completely customizable in overall body metal finish and knob finish options that with a change of a pull and handle you can switch if you ever want to try something new in your space and bring in a new color metal of choice! It's CUSTOM ... and we LOVE that!
This upstairs wet room transformation got some big bold love! We nicknamed this bathroom the "tiny but mighty" addition to the home. Capitalizing on a low sloped ceiling, we were able to highlight the extraordinary angles of this room by wrapping a bold ZIA Tile cement tile from the floor and up the back wall, which draws the eye up and makes the sloped ceiling appear much taller then it is. Then in came the freestanding tub highlighted against the accent wall which creates an impactful moment upstairs off the bonus room that's mixed use is a guest space for friends and family.