Worked on a major redesign of this 1910 craftsman home in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles. Remodel involved gutting most of the interior of the home.
NEW KITCHEN, LIVING AND DINING AREAS
All the kitchen walls were removed to open the kitchen to the living and dining areas. The ceilings were raised to 11'-0" and skylights and beams were added throughout the home. All the windows were replaced and some windows and doors were added where they did not exist before.
The den used to be located next to the entry door, which is now a guest bedroom. The door to the den was removed to provide privacy for guests and the new entry is now located through the hallway.
VIEW FROM THE KITCHEN TO THE LAUNDRY AND POWDER ROOM
Dining Room and Door to the Sunroom
Created a master suite with an en-suite bathroom and walk-in closet that provided privacy from the rest of the home. Raised the ceilings and added beams and skylights in this room.
EN-SUITE MASTER BATHROOM
Master Bedroom and Closet
Created a bathroom for the guest bedroom and living areas. Prior to the remodel, one bathroom was shared between the guest and master.
Opened this wall to create a viewpoint throughout the entire home, from the entry to the backyard and the pool.