Archive for the ‘Renovation’ Category

Kitchen With Stiles

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Starting with a dated (1960’s) kitchen and ending with a up-to-date kitchen/dining area was the objective so, with the help of Mrs. Stiles, I Designed a kitchen that suited her wishes and also created a more open, modern feel.

Old Kitchen Cabinets

 

I suggested that we eliminate the eating bar and upper cabinets that divided the kitchen and dining area.

This allowed us to increase the base cabinets to include a space for a dishwasher and a pull out waste unit on the sink wall and added more useable counter top area.

New Cabinets and counter tops,

It also allowed for a Buffet cabinet on the opposite wall. Working with Ken Roberts, who built and installed the cabinets, we were able to provide old (pull out cutting boards) and modern features, such as full extension roll out drawers, a base waste basket cabinet and a glass door in the center buffet upper unit. Mission Tile and Stone provided a simple but effective tile backsplash that defined the granite countertops, thus enhancing the total transformational outcome.

Task lighting was added to cover all the work areas and additional general lighting was added to fill in if necessary, the results are stunning.

New Cabinets

New Cabinets,appliances and granite tops with tile back splash.

Cambria Master Bath

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The design process culminated with the Owner and myself creating a masterful Master Bath. Read More

Commercial Office Improvement

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Ace Hydraulic Sales and Service needed to update their sales counter area and add an office  Read More

Small Bathroom Updates

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We have done a number of small bathroom updates that are not to expensive. The change is quite dramatic.

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Angie’s List Review

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”We met Richard at the property and completely reviewed our needs. Throughout the process he made suggestions that clearly were for our benefit and not to boost his fee.
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High Mountain Watchtower Renovation

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High Mountain Fire Lookout, refurbished for the Coast Audubon Society. It is a fully restored fire lookout, field research facility, and remote tracking station for the endangered California condor.

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