Weekly Diary of Palo Alto Wholehouse remodel
The homeowners recently purchased a 1950’s ranch home with 3 beds 2 baths 1,284 sq ft. in Santa Clara. They wanted to add a Master Suite so they can have 2 master suites available as an additional master suite when their in-laws visit.
Michael and Cindy discuss how homeowners hire architects or interior designers who looking out for themselves and not the client, you the homeowner. Watch so your project doesn’t get hijacked by the architect or designer you hire.
1. It’s Not Marble. Quartz are the most popular countertops today. My favorite brand is Caesastone. They are like Apple’s … More
Project with RMC Construction.
This was a project I worked on in Noe Valley. This design was amazing. The place was like a showroom. … More
How do you design an interior bathroom to overcome a lack of natural light while making it look like a spa for your in-laws/grandparents and unexpected guest who enjoys bringing over a beerzooka to a wine tasting party.
Show notes: “Rubber duck duckies. Joy oh joy.” Children’s bathrooms can be fun, functional and chic while protecting it from … More
Going online can be a time sink. This cheat sheet will save you time. I have narrowed down publications and … More
In this video, I talk about bringing the natural beauty of the outside to be reflected inside the home. The layout and the flow of the house, lighting design with both natural light (windows) and artificial (LED) critical in creating a warm mood for the home. Natural light and access to outdoor air will influence your mood.