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What used to be a tandem garage is now a kids playroom & study area! By closing off the 3rd car space and tying into an existing sitting area, this awesome space took form. We were fortunate enough to catch the kids in action on picture day—we hope you enjoy this room as much as they do!
Built in 1948, this inherited home had only 2 bedrooms for this growing young family. Tedious design time created 2 bedrooms & a bathroom in the 750 sf attic space, and adding 150 sf downstairs provided a master retreat. New kitchen countertops & exterior siding were finishing touches on this project.
This [post-fire] whole house remodel in Fullerton included a large amount of new construction (enlarging the kitchen & the garage) as well as remodeling both the exterior & interior (kitchen, bathrooms, & living spaces).
A total of 345 sq ft were added to this Fullerton home; this created both dining & living areas and included a complete kitchen remodel. The arch between the rooms is a beautiful way to transition between the new and the old.
Adding 450+ sq ft to this 1928 Tudor style home included a kitchen remodel & an exterior makeover. Preserving its historic character; casing/mouldings were custom milled & Anderson wood clad windows were used to match the original.
Along with a complete kitchen remodel, 350 sq ft were added to this formerly cramped house. The new open floor plan is perfect for entertaining & there’s even a powder room tucked away in the corner.
We extended the rear of this split-level Fullerton home by 445 square feet, creating a dining room and a larger family room, along with building a new deck & staircase for access to the backyard.
Adding a second story with two bedrooms, one bathroom and a “Master Retreat”, along with square footage to the ground floor family room, nearly doubled the family's living space in this Brea home.
This 1926 gem received a makeover consisting of a 240 sq ft addition with a bedroom & bathroom, along with a minor kitchen remodel. We were careful to match the pitched gable of the roof in the construction of the new space.