of the home, and the living and dining rooms was the focus of the redesign. Also on the wish list was a new bedroom and a second family bathroom to be located in the area of the existing kitchen. The resulting plan for this extensive renovation was an updated floor plan to match our clients’ modern lifestyle
of the homes original detail.
Connecting the most frequented rooms in the house required relocating the kitchen to the front of the condo to be closer to the living and dining rooms. A wall anchored by elegant columns defines the kitchen and adds sophistication to the adjoining dining room. Natural light
of the home. White marble counters grace the custom built island, perfect for a casual meal or for doing homework.
While reconfiguring the master bathroom and renovating the second bedroom proved to be a major project, our skilled team also relocated the new bedroom and family bathroom to the area where
in this home and I can say the home was built the spring/summer of 2009 and we were back in the home for several days in Jan 2012 for a photo shoot and the powder bath is one of many, many bathrooms and does not get used much and this was considered during the specification to use this chest vessel sink
hillside home above the Castro in San Francisco was designed to act as a filter from the peaceful tress-lined street through to the panoramic view of the city and bay. A carefully developed rhythm structures the building, directing the visitor through the home with mounting drama. Each room opens to the
in this home exhibits diverse HansGrohe® faucets and imaginative designs. The powder room showcases a HansGrohe® marble washbowl and angular Kohler® Reve™ commode set against against an eye-catching tile backsplash and custom lighting solutions.