Archive for May 2010

 
 

Flicker Way

The residence on Flicker Way was a large house with many small rooms.  We removed walls from the small breakfast room, butler pantry into the kitchen to create this large modern kitchen.  In like manner, the Master Suite had very small his and hers bathrooms.  Creating the one bathroom gave us the space allowing for this inviting walk in closet.

Chautauqua

The California Spanish house was built in early 1900.  It was time for restoration and we wanted to keep it as close to the original period as possible.  All the tiles were carefully selected from original Malibu Tile patterns.  The care that was taken in the choices of materials and colors is reflected through the home.

North Bundy Drive Office

The client requested an Asian style office with shoji screens that slid away into wall pockets and tatami mats.  Instead of traditional tatami mats we used edge bound carpet in a color that would mimic the tatami color.  We also used reed in between the rafters.  The office had a very tall wall for storage which we wanted to keep put away, so we came of up with a split level storage of shoji screens and added a rolling ladder for easy access.

Ambrose Ave Residence

The tiny kitchen of the growing family needed more space both in storage and visual.  We added a larger window and French doors to the outside but most importantly, we created custom 4′ wide double pocket doors to the hall that open the room 8′.

Camford Place

To create this spacious closet, we took over a bedroom in the house that was located next to the Master Bathroom. The clients travel a lot so we installled pull-out counters at the hanging spaces for luggage to be opened out for easy packing

Bobolink

Clean lines, warm, traditional home with an open plan between family room, living room and kitchen for entertaining.

Chadbourne Avenue | Kitchen, Wet Bar, Master Bath, Office

This project incorporated crisp traditional style with clean lines.  White cabinets and dark floors accentuate the open kitchen and spacious island.  In contrast, the office features white brick walls and dark cabinets.  The play of light and dark is the perfect backdrop for the comfortable furnishing in rich brown leather, camel tones, and red.