The homeowners bought a tiny, old home in an apple orchard. They gutted the structure and basically rebuilt the home with new windows, insulation, plumbing and electrical.
This family wanted a vacation home where they could relax and entertain. This kitchen was small, awkward and cut off by the stairwell and a dividing wall.
This vintage 1960’s kitchen was badly in need of some creative design solutions. The view to the dining room was cut off with a bank of upper cabinets, not enough counter space or storage.
These homeowners were looking to create an open kitchen area to host family gatherings. The post and odd peninsula counter created an awkward floorplan.
This galley kitchen had been updated previously, but the dark counters and backsplash felt tired. The very sparkly homeowner wanted us to create a space that matched her personality.
A vacation home built in 1980 was ready for an update and the interior spaces needed to be reconfigured to accommodate the two families that co-own the house.
We are thrilled that the first of the $2,500 Scholarships set up in our name by Caroline’s Non Profit Thrift Shop have been awarded through the Cabrillo College Foundation.
Remodeling is something we love to do and now we have the opportunity to expand our Design Department with the addition of Russell Simpkins!
Contributed by John Allanson of Allanson Insurance Agency.
With the terrible devastation of the wildfires recently in the news, now is the time to review your current homeowner’s insurance coverage to make sure that your policy limits accurately reflect today’s replacement cost, so that you are not “caught short” in the event of a total loss.
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We got a call from a potential client the other day. We always ask how folks find us.