[ Wood variations for music collectors ]

Antique deep wood tones and new honey fir create a warm palette highlighted by a profusion of whites
in various textures and shades

Large openings allow the kitchen to be flooded with natural light. Fir ceiling and floors counterbalance the brightness of the space, complemented by the contrast of jet gray and chalky whites. In other rooms the antique mahogany panelling cohabits with crisp concrete and hot rolled steel details. Custom sconces by Kip Mesirow adorn the walls throughout the house.  Photo credit: Muffy Kibbey. Construction: Jetton Construction. Architect: Denise Hall Montgomery. 

Large openings allow the kitchen to be flooded with natural light. Fir ceiling and floors counterbalance the brightness of the space, complemented by the contrast of jet gray and chalky whites. In other rooms the antique mahogany panelling cohabits with crisp concrete and hot rolled steel details. Custom sconces by Kip Mesirow adorn the walls throughout the house. 
Photo credit: Muffy Kibbey. Construction: Jetton Construction. Architect: Denise Hall Montgomery. 

 

[ Cambridge palette in Berkeley ]

Like a favorite blazer jacket, marine blues and tarnished copper tones play a classic harmony
in this remodeled kitchen and bathroom addition located near UC Berkeley

A reoriented cooking and prep area provide functional work flow and vista, new cabinets are tailored to integrate seamlessly with old woodwork. Photography: Muffy Kibbey. Construction: Jetton Construction. 

A reoriented cooking and prep area provide functional work flow and vista, new cabinets are tailored to integrate seamlessly with old woodwork. Photography: Muffy Kibbey. Construction: Jetton Construction. 

 

[ Retro kitchen by the Bay ]

A retro kitchen remodel that combines functional space with vintage look, 
  featuring mint green cabinets and streamline design appliances

Photo credit: Suzy Clement. Construction: Daimon Construction.

Photo credit: Suzy Clement. Construction: Daimon Construction.

 

[ Farmhouse, revisited ]

A sustainable remodel brings crisp modernity to an art collector's home

Our most sustainable project features local materials, energy savings improvements, low VOC finishes and antique furniture. The sharp contrast of the floors and off-white walls is the ideal canvas for a large and flavorful art collection. Photo credit: Leslie Williamson. Construction: Northwall Builders. Architect: Backen, Gillam and Kroeger

Our most sustainable project features local materials, energy savings improvements, low VOC finishes and antique furniture. The sharp contrast of the floors and off-white walls is the ideal canvas for a large and flavorful art collection.
Photo credit: Leslie Williamson. Construction: Northwall Builders. Architect: Backen, Gillam and Kroeger

 

[ The sophisticated bachelor ]

Carefully curated artifacts mix with contrasted minimalism in this San Francisco loft. Work done while at Nicole Hollis

 

[ The romantic's quarters ]

European vintage leather furniture and soft minty whites give a romantic twist to this neo-classical mansion

 

[ Rockridge, party ready]

This kitchen and bath remodel invites the guests of this convivial family to enjoy the moment indoors and outdoors.
Large folding doors allow the kitchen activity to overflow onto the deck

The new kitchen features two-tone cabinetry, with soapstone countertops, stone-like ceramic tile floors and wood beams. Construction: Levitch Associates. Photography: Sunny Grewal

The new kitchen features two-tone cabinetry, with soapstone countertops, stone-like ceramic tile floors and wood beams.
Construction: Levitch Associates. Photography: Sunny Grewal