Architectural details are the differentiating element in upscale, high-end and luxury homes. Combining beauty and function in details that bring style to everyday living.
This Lafayette home's entryway closet with shoe cubbies in Mississippi Red Gum is a wonderful way to keep clutter at a minimum. Lit from behind by opaque glass exterior window nothing is hidden in the shadows.
This architectural detail continues down the length of the living room providing niches for art, with cabinets below for storage and shelves above for beloved pieces.
Media Library in Hickory with steel. This custom media/library in the Berkeley Hills was built to store LPs and cookbooks. Access to upper reaches of the floor to ceiling shelves is provided with a stainless steel ladder that glides across the unit along a rail. The base is not on wheels which allows for storing the ladder flat against the unit.
Tiburon residence where Paint-grade mantle replaced an over-sized stucco mantle dating the home to the 80s. The clients wanted extra seating and storage, which this pair of benches in Elm, with storage beneath provide
Same Tiburon residence family room mantle before - 80's stucco with poorly designed maple cabinetry. After- paint-grade cabinetry with AV equipment now behind cabinet door. Steel lined wood storage & space for woofer below and new stone surround and hearth.
Custom wall paneling in Walnut. Tight revels and book-matched veneers are highlights of this architectural detailing that covers the fireplace chase coming through the second floor of this remodeled Victorian in Cow Hollow, while providing a durable mount for the flat screen and shelving on either side keep things tidy in this master suite.
Paint grade cabinetry and window bench seat turned this under-used dining room in to a multi-functional space. On one side the cabinets are designed to hold dining essentials and the other side a sleek home office with pull-out file drawer behind the doors.