kitchen remodel

PROJECT TOUR // TOLITA PROJECT

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This already stunning home was a dream to furnish for our clients. With a mix of modern touches with warm woods we went with a palette of whites, grays and warm tones. One of our favorite rooms was the master bedroom. We used a gorgeous dresser with a pyramid wood texture. It is neutral but adds dimension and interest to the room.

PROJECT TOUR // WILLOW ST.

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This San Diego kitchen remodel has to be one of our favorite kitchens to date. White cabinets with a subtle gray subway tile that extends to the ceiling create a light airy feel with a little bit of depth and texture. We took down a wall that separated the dining nook from the kitchen to create one large entertaining space. Adding a small island allowed for seating for the families three children. The original floors were a thick stone which we removed and ran the same style wood floors that were in the rest of the home.

Project Tour // St. Christopher

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We did this remodel for the most adorable family in Coronado. Our goal was to make this space beautiful but also family friendly. To achieve this we used durable materials (concrete dining table, quartz counters, performance fabrics etc) in neutral colors and then layered in textures. This client had an amazing art collection so that was the start of our inspiration for each space. 

Before + After // E Ave

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We met our client and her adorable dog when they walked into our design shop in Coronado. She has just purchased a condo that needed some major updating. It had super dated brown cabinets, dingy tile floors and outdated appliances. We kept the layout in the kitchen the same but eliminated the island overhang to make storage instead. The dining room is just off the kitchen so bar seating was something our client didn't need. 

Our major goal was adding a laundry area in this small condo. We took over a hall closet to add a stackable washer and dryer and then used the rest of the space for upper and lower cabinets and a counter space for folding. The second hall closet was taken out to extend the master bathroom. We added tall storage in the for bath towels and linens to make up  for the missing hall closet. 

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Project Tour // E Ave

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When we entered this cozy condo in Coronado (say that five times fast), we immediately loved all the natural light and potential for maximizing storage. We kept the layout for the kitchen, only taking out the over hang for the bar because the dining room was so close and storage was more important than seating.  We designed a larger master bathroom by taking out a hall closet and converted a second hall closet into a laundry area.