Session # 1 – The Beginning
Session # 2 – The Rebuild
Session # 3 – The Pool and Pool House
Session # 4 – The Finishes !!!
Gut Remodel, Addition and New Construction All in One
Out with the old
Rebuilt new entry
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
- Moroccan tile
Plaster ceiling molding
Parts and pieces – the front gate and custom wrought iron.
Landscaping with large specimen trees being craned onto the site.
Below are the new and existing plans. Most of the older homes have lots of tiny rooms. The are also usually oriented to the front yard and most people would rather have a more open kitchen / living space that opens up to the back yard.
Opening the house to the back yard and creating a kitchen / living room
The tiny old kitchen opened up to become a new one!
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 !