Kitchens & Bathrooms
Spruce Street, Berkeley Hills
This project, featured in the San Francisco Chronicle, is perhaps our most extensive remodel to date. We stripped the house down to its bones and rebuilt it completely, inside and out, from the ground up. We poured a new foundation and driveway, installed new windows, re-stuccoed and repainted the exterior, and deconstructed walls to open up the layout and leverage stunning bay views along the entire west side of the home.
Gregory P. Jones, P.E.
We also ran new plumbing and electrical, installed new insulation, sheetrock, appliances, hardwood maple floors, high-end finishes and more. We built a luxurious master bathroom with radiant heat, spacious custom shower with three showerheads, six-foot volcanic limestone bathtub, and matching double sink. The new kitchen is a focal point with restaurant-grade appliances and walk-in pantry for the avid home chef. The new breakfast bar expertly integrates the living room to accommodate social living. Just off the kitchen, we constructed a brand-new deck (complete with complex administrative use permits from the City of Berkeley, due to its height and hilltop location) which perches like a tree house, or a little boat in the sky, suspended over every sunset.