A Manhattan Beach Urban Chic10 photos A house build in the 90's with a Mediterranean look underwent a complete transformation into a casual but sophisticated home. With lighter walls and wood floors, an open kitchen with a quartz top and a turquoise island and new fireplace surrounds this house is now full of light and flair.
A new Manhattan Beach Remodel6 photos This is a project close to my heart. I headed the project and wore many hats. I acted as the architect and space planner, I designed the kitchen and bathrooms and selected every single item from doors and windows to colors and knobs. I was the project manager and everyone was accountable to me. I also selected all the furniture and was very honored when my client fell in love with my art and purchased four of my paintings
A Manhattan Beach House Remodel9 photos This small house went through a total transformation. From dark, gloomy and dated to a house filled with light and with a perfect flow. The wood floors in a distressed hickory pecan were installed through out and the color palette is a symphony of blues and aquas. All the cabinets and furniture were custom made as well as all the bedding and window treatments.
A Modern house in Manhattan Beach7 photos My client wanted to turn a very dated house build in the mid 90's into a modern sleek home. Simple and elegant I think I will let the pictures speak for themselves.
Manhattan Beach Remodeling6 photos In 2017 I was hired to completely remodel a master bathroom and kitchen for this Manhattan Beach residence.
A Manhattan Beach Eclectic Home10 photos I worked on this project for over two years and was involved in every single choice. I began by trouble shooting the layout and was grateful for my architecture background. Before and during construction I helped my client select all the materials, design the kitchen and bathroom, select all the colors and wood work. Once the house was build I selected the furniture, window treatments, accessories and helped with placement of all their art.
A Modern kitchen in Rolling Hills2 photos It was no small task bringing this very dated kitchen to the 21st century.
The new design includes a walk in pantry, a large island, lots of storage and a complete new look. My choice of materials was riff cut oak for the cabinets making sure the grain was horizontal, cesar stone for the counters with a 2" straight edge, ceramic hand-made tile, over-sized handles in stainless steal and wide plank walnut floors.