The objective of this complete interior remodel was to maintain the existing functionality and add a bathroom without adding square footage. The solution was to convert a powder room into a three-quarter Jack-and-Jill bathroom. Changing this reconfigured the floorplan, and in the process we updated the finishes and flooring throughout the house.
The objective in this project was to create a clean, bright, modern home for a growing family from the existing outdated, dark space of only 940 sf. The entire home was updated with new mechanical, electrical, plumbing, lighting, new kitchen, flooring closets, and finishes throughout; the exterior was given smooth stucco, new windows and doors, landscaping, front and rear patios, and redwood feature wall.
Keeping in mind Canvas’s mission: An environment where “art lives on and off the wall” we strove for a seamless integration between art and product. During the development of the store concept, CANVAS asked us to create a brand identity that translated across web, print, and signage. Through carefully curated photography and clean design lines inside as well as in the logo, we synthesized a brand that represents them across all media.
While the bones of the house were to stay the same, this project focused on giving the interior space a complete refresh. Starting by gutting much of the interior created a clean slate for new finishes and other updated elements. We created a home theater from an existing space, and created a cohesive design feel throughout the house. To bring the design full circle, we added in new landscape elements outside.