coronado remodel

Under Construction // Monterey Project

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We often only share completed projects so we thought it would be fun to take you behind the scenes of one of our most recent projects. This complete home remodel has come a long way from the disheveled, flooded home we started with. Relocated the staircase allowed for a more open concept upstairs with an added bathroom and office. 

This was the original living room. We removed the wall and relocated the fireplace to the right wall. 

This was the original living room. We removed the wall and relocated the fireplace to the right wall. 

Here is almost the same view. We did a fun paneling that continues up the new staircase and you can catch a glimpse of one of the kitchen islands and pantry. 

Here is almost the same view. We did a fun paneling that continues up the new staircase and you can catch a glimpse of one of the kitchen islands and pantry. 

This space is now the family room and kitchen. 

This space is now the family room and kitchen. 

Here is the same view above but with drywall! Still waiting on windows in this stage. 

Here is the same view above but with drywall! Still waiting on windows in this stage. 

Here is the kitchen with double islands. One for cooking the other for storage and entertaining. 

Here is the kitchen with double islands. One for cooking the other for storage and entertaining. 

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Project Tour // Star Park Condo

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We love designing spaces of all sizes but designing condos is one of our favorite challenges. This kitchen had a large laundry/storage/awkwardness right in the middle of the space. Once we took down the walls we realized there were a few pipes that we needed to work around. Our solution was to create and bookshelf one one side that faced the living room and counter storage on the opposite side that serviced the kitchen. We had to design custom shelves and work around the strange angles that the pipes created. This kitchen was small but full of storage! 

The master bathroom in this condo is one of our favorites. The walker zanger tile just makes the space so gorgeous. 

Project Tour // F Ave Remodel

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We had so much fun remodeling and decorating this classic Coronado home. Our inspiration for this project was coastal tones and to create a relaxing environment. Our favorite rooms were upstairs for our clients girls. We used wallpaper and bright blue colors to create a super fun hang out. We just love the whimsical touches in this home. 

Project Tour // Spanish Bungalow

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When we first stepped into this adorable Spanish Bungalow there were talks of tearing it down to build a new home. The more we walked through and fell in love with the old hardwood floors, the curved archways and historic feel we knew it had to be saved. We opened up the kitchen to the dining room and created more storage and a better flow. There was no dishwasher or laundry so those were two things we knew we had to find space for. Reconfiguring the cramped bathroom allowed for a full size vanity and a tub shower combination. We just love the charm and character of this old Coronado home. 

Project Tour // El Mirador

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Our vision for this corner unit at the Coronado Shores was an open, airy, clean-lined, beachy feel. We started by taking down the huge wall blocking the kitchen from the dining/living area and putting the bulk of the appliances against the wall.

A concrete looking floor, in porcelain, is durable and provides a cool tone against the warmer counters, walls and dining table. We kept everything neutral so that the focus of the condo is the amazing view out the sliding windows that open from corner to corner, leaving a whole corner of the unit open to the ocean. Maximizing storage was one of our biggest creative challenges in this space. We found an extra deep space that was meant for a bar in the kitchen and slit it in half to make linen storage in the master bathroom while still having a bar area in the kitchen. Win win!