white kitchen



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.



We can’t even stand how good this kitchen transformation is! We took down the wall that separated the breakfast nook from the rest of the kitchen. Removing the black and white tile floors and running the wood floors that are in the rest of the house created a consistent flow. With a family of 5 storage was a must have in this kitchen. We added a floor to ceiling pantry on the back wall of the kitchen to store food and appliances.. We kept the design light and airy with a touch of vintage and Mediterranean.



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 // El Mirador


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!