AlleyWorks Design Studio


Services Provided
Architecture, Interior Design, Decorating, Remodeling, Repurposing furniture, Custom furniture design, Building Plans and permits.

Areas Served
Northern California, Hawaii and Phoenix Arizona

Business Description
AlleyWorks Design Studio provides architectural, interior design and decorating services to residential and commercial clients. We do not follow a single design style. In fact, we feel that it is more important to have style then to be obligated to just one style. Our work ranges from contemporary to traditional and each project results in an elegant, functional, comfortable, liveable/workable space that is a reflection of the design intent. We make design a priority and create spaces that are a true manifestation of the architectural content and purpose. Whatever the project, we will bring together a team of professionals to address the needs of each client.

Certification and Awards
CID #6552,
Location:
CA US 
Contact:
Didi Wilson 
Type:
 
Address
California,
United States, 95818 
License #:
CID 6552 
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keatherl
Pool and a sauna :) even living in a cooler climate I would love a pool in the summer months !
Yesterday at 7:28am   
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raesimmons
Between the two I would pick hot-tub. I live in a cooler region where a hot-tub is usable year round while a pool requires a little more upkeep and being outdoors would mean it would get little to no use between September to May. Hot tubs are also generally smaller leaving more room for dining space/ loungers in the warmer months and garden and green space year round. In my area it is much more convenient to drive out to the lake or community pool for actual swimming, but sitting out in the hot tub watching the stars year round with a drink- alone or with friends and family is so relaxing. Especially good for sore feet/knees/backs after a long day.
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Daisy Taylor
While coloured tiles look amazing, I would use neutral tiles for a few reason including this one: that you can transform your bathroom by changing the colour of towels, change up the shower curtain, change paint colour etc to keep your bathroom up to date while keeping the tiles neutral. You will never tire of your bathroom with neutral tiles.
April 6, 2014 at 6:50am     
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bct24
Love Color but tile is a long term commitment. Safer to go neutral then add color with paint.
April 6, 2014 at 6:53am     
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