A thoughtful restoration and renovation of a 1959 Eichler home

Original Eichler home details were reinstated throughout the home, from spans of glass windows to rich wood paneling. A mix of materials: concrete, wood, and tile help ground the space.


A 1940s Ranch Home Opens Up

A classic California ranch style home in the East Bay, opens up to a fresh new multi-functional space. Modern upgrades are paired with classic period-appropriate materials, providing the perfect backdrop for entertaining.

A restoration and renovation of a 1964 original Eichler Home

Many original Eichler home details were maintained and carefully restored throughout the home. Updates were made to bring the home up to modern day standards of efficiency and functionality, while incorporating a design aesthetic in keeping with mid-century modern style.


A 1907 Craftsman Home in Berkeley, CA


A Craftsman kitchen is reimagined, after an earlier water leak caused severe damage to the original space. Many artisanal materials were brought in to give character to the space, from vintage British taps to handcrafted European lighting.


A mid-century modern home gets a fresh makeover

A unique custom built midcentury modern home on Stanford University's campus had a thoughtful renovation completed several years ago. However, the kitchen cabinetry became worn and dated. We helped to plan a light makeover for the space, with sleek new Silver Elm veneer doors and facing, bringing design parity to the home's modern updates and aesthetic. 

A Spanish Revival Bungalow gets a fresh new space

With the help of a larger footprint, modern updates and thoughtful use of materials, including custom Walnut doors from Semihandmade, what was once a dark and small bathroom has been transformed into a more modern and functional space. 

A Victorian with a Modern Twist

A Queen Anne Victorian home in Charlotte, NC receives a full exterior and interior renovation. It's exterior stays true to it's roots, while interior transformation includes sleek, modern materials, yet offers a comfortable and inviting for an active family. Architecture Design by Alter Architects.

Historic Espirit Park Loft 


Multi-functional design was key in this kitchen renovation in a historic San Francisco building, once home to the Espirit Headquarters and formerly a wine warehouse.


A Walnut Creek Eichler gets a makeover allowing its original details to shine again


The original luan mahogany paneling throughout the home was carefully cleaned and refinished, while original floor-to-ceiling windows and trim were stripped and cleaned to their original state. A new IKEA kitchen was installed, new VCT flooring layed, and a fresh new exterior paint scheme applied to match one of the original Eichler palettes, making this home move-in ready for its new homeowners.


A San Francisco Loft gets a chic redux


Fresh color palette, custom built-in cabinetry/storage, and modern furniture & decor bring this sunny San Francisco Soma loft new life.