Portfolio Category: portfolio

Jul 12, 2018
Santa Luz

Santa Luz being a prestigious community of Rancho Santa Fe embodies all of the amazing aspects of San Diego. Kathy and David’s home was built in the late 90’s with finishes of slate and brown cabinets everywhere. They wanted a much more open and bright feel, a facelift to their family’s environment. The refresh was […]

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Jun 29, 2018
Pacific Beach

This Pacific Beach young professional homeowner was relocated from Chicago.  Her new excitement of all things ‘beach’ was fun to marry with her love of  bling.  Taking a ‘retro’ condo from the 60’s was a thrill , changing the floor plan to an ‘open concept’ and adding special details like carrera marble herringbone mosaics in […]

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Sep 07, 2017
Carlsbad

This Investment partnership project was a ‘Labor of Love’. Built in 1939 it presented very challenging structural issues especially termite and dry rot. There are two cottages on one piece of property. Restoring these beauties back to their original look and feel was a fun task. We added a touch of Beach color to each. […]

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Jan 13, 2017
Solana Beach

This generational home, originally owned by their parents, was passed on to the youngest son.  My job was particularly challenging to capture small details of the old, for example, creating a special keepsake table out of an old piece of driftwood pulled from the beach by his parents.  It was a fun framing challenge refreshing […]

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Jan 13, 2017
Mission Beach

The family of four children, now grown, had many memories at this beachside condo prior to its flood. Our team completely gutted the inside and refreshed every aspect of its mechanical structure and of course the design. We upgraded everything from electrical to insulation, to waterproofing. It hadn’t been touched since the 1980’s. Now their […]

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Jan 13, 2017
The Winery

Poway fires ravaged this family’s home as it was a complete loss. We felt very blessed to create their new large estate home in an exquisite tuscan style. Each new detail had many challenges as the their needs changed from the original home that the children grew up in. We created an amazing outdoor space […]

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Jan 13, 2017
La Jolla

This investment project has a special place in my heart. Its simple design was a challenge to look ‘extra special’ without over spending. The fresh new open kitchen and family room flows immediately out doors through a huge expanse of sliding doors. The most challenging was the small footprint because the temptation is to add […]

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Jan 13, 2017
Heritage

An extremely large project that faced many hurdles along the way was particularly gratifying upon completion. It has an elevator, a basement not really seen in southern California, and a dramatic floating staircase. Very rewarding to watch each of the three stories take shape over the course of 18 months. A timeless estate.

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Jan 13, 2017
Tamarack

This beauty was an ugly duckling originally. The owner had asked me to gut this small condo from a tired 1970’s space to a spectacular bachelor pad. This truly exemplifies the transformation of its detail. Often it doesn’t take tons of money to create beautiful spaces but it does take a vision between the owner […]

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