Session # 1
Session # 2
Session # 3 – Coming soon
Session # 4 – Coming soon
Rebuilt new entry
Out with the old
A “Gut” remodel/restoration of a turn of the Century Spanish revival home located in Santa Monica.
The house was completely stripped to the “good” studs and rebuilt from the inside out. As is the case in Los Angeles,
rebuilding a home and bringing it up to current building code standard, requires building from the inside out. New foundations,
framing and mechanical systems create a new home.
Remodel/restoration of Spanish revival home
New pool house and custom pool with fountain
Complete “Chef’s style” kitchen
Unique open beamed ceiling
Plaster ceiling molding
Parts and pieces – the front gate and custom wrought iron.
Landscaping with large specimen trees being craned onto the site.
This typical, 800 square foot, post WW2, suburban house in Los Angeles was about as plain as they come. Check out the video story – above – detailing the design – construction and finishes for this home published in Finehomebuilding !
Session # 1 – Introduction
Session # 2 – Pre Construction
Session # 3 – Site Work and Foundation
Session # 4 – Framing
Session # 5 – Finishes
Session # 1 – Getting started
Session # 2 – The Finishes!
Session # 1 – What’s a “Rolling Remodel?”
Session # 2 – Master Bath & Kitchen
Session # 3 – Front Facade Rebuild – Structural Work
Coming soon !
This is what I call a “rolling remodel.” The project started as a new master bath and kitchen and ended up a completely remodeled home with a totally different new modern look.
Beautiful lines of standing seam roof and board and batten siding with a custom white glass garage door
Kitchen addition cathedral ceiling and open beams
Standing seam metal roof and board and batten siding with a new kitchen addition
Remodeled master bath with white glass panels
Remodeled master bath custom cabinets
Remodel pool bath with floor to ceiling custom tile