Found during deconstruction: floor plans for the original house, tucked into the wall cavity. They date back to 1958! It's literally a time capsule from another era of home design and construction.
What we've been up to: Big Tree Way Residence, complete! This was a partial remodel and addition, a second phase of a three-phase project that will ultimately transform and expand the entire house. This is the kids' bathroom upstairs, with a view of the large redwoods through the large skylight.
What we've been up to: Brewster Avenue Residence, almost complete. Finishing touches are going in, like accent wall colors. This house was a complete home remodel and addition, and was beautifully executed by Chris Brooks and his team at CB Builders even through COVID-related challenges.
What we've been up to: Metro Circle Residence, almost complete! We're loving the pop of color in this minimalist kitchen. These Eichler transformations can be so much fun.
Our Marin Avenue Residence was featured in a Houzz article called "12 Ways to Make the Most of Your Yard". We feel like outdoor space is more important than ever, given how limited our travel radius is during the pandemic. This article feels very timely (and hopefully useful!).
Black, white, and wood are a classic combination. We enjoyed giving this bathroom a little twist by giving the tile a herringbone pattern. At our Riviera Drive Residence.
Job site scenes: The boys' bathroom at our Rivera Drive Residence features a custom mix of #fireclaytile as the accent.
Job site scenes: Riviera Avenue Residence features a combination of walnut and blue laminate cabinets in the kitchen. Every piece is custom made to fit the wonderful geometry of the house, which is informed by an original mid-century fireplace in the dining room.
Job site scenes: This stunning cedar soffit at our Riviera Drive Residence goes around the entire house, and balances the clean, white stucco.