Feast on Natural Surroundings: Tips for Outdoor Dining Spaces
Posted on June 8, 2012 in Whole Home Remodel, Outdoor Living, Design and Build, Design

Interior design doesn’t have to stop inside. When planning your whole home remodel, bringing style and comfort to your outdoor space opens the door to a lifestyle that embraces your surroundings. Whether your environment is urban, rural or beachside, planning for outdoor living expands the possibilities for enjoying your space. […]

Finishing Touches Complete Your Remodeling Vision
Posted on May 31, 2012 in Whole Home Remodel, Kitchens, Art and Decorating, Bathrooms, Design and Build, Design

When your whole home remodel, kitchen remodeling or bathroom remodeling project is complete, finishing the design with window treatments, floor coverings, furniture and accessories that make sense in the new space brings harmony and order to your environment. When you work with JDR for your remodeling project, you access a […]

Small Spaces That Make a Big Impression: Make Small Spaces Shine in Your Whole Home Remodel
Posted on May 18, 2012 in Whole Home Remodel, Bathrooms, Design

When planning a whole home remodel there may be instances when you want to change a room dramatically but need to work within the room’s existing space or “footprint.” An experienced professional design team guides you toward choices that create visually stunning environments, no matter the space available. We recently […]

Breakfast in Bed? Every Day is Mother’s Day in a Remodeled Master Suite.
Posted on May 10, 2012 in Whole Home Remodel, Design and Build, Design

Many celebrations this Sunday, May 13th will feature a special breakfast in bed for Mom, served with love and appreciation. Some of the luckiest Moms will enjoy their homemade meal in a remodeled master suite, while other Moms may be dreaming about a fabulous new space as part of a […]

¡Feliz Cinco de Mayo! A Remodeled Adobe Inspired by Old World Mexico.
Posted on May 4, 2012 in Whole Home Remodel, Outdoor Living, Design and Build, Design, Landscaping

Our whole home remodel of a secluded weekend getaway and future retirement home for a couple in their fifties was inspired by the aesthetics of Old World Mexico. This remodel beautifully demonstrates how your unique personal style and interests can be translated to create visual harmony and comfort in your […]

The Time has Arrived for April Showers!
Posted on April 13, 2012 in Bathrooms, Design and Build, Design

Bathroom design has evolved to bring the destination spa experience home and one element almost every homeowner craves is a luxurious shower. A positive shower experience starts your day with refreshing energy or ends your day with relaxing calm. Our professional design team works with clients to find the ideal […]

Planning a Whole Home Remodel? Attention to a Focal Point Makes the Difference Between Ordinary and Dazzling
Posted on March 30, 2012 in Whole Home Remodel, Design and Build, Design

When planning your whole home remodel, a unified team of architects, designers and construction professionals helps guide you toward aesthetic decisions that make the difference between an ordinary home and a home with dazzling visual appeal. A successful whole home remodel requires careful planning of structure, layout and space allocation. […]

Planning a Remodel? Protect the Integrity of Your Architect-Designed Home
Posted on March 23, 2012 in Kitchens, Architects, Design and Build, Design

For a kitchen remodeling project we recently completed, a primary concern was protecting the design integrity of the original home, which was built by notable architect Loch Crane in 1952. Crane was artistic and creative from childhood and was inspired by the work of Frank Lloyd Wright. He was able […]

The Wearing O’ the Green: A Kitchen Remodel Inspired by a Favorite Color
Posted on March 16, 2012 in Kitchens, Design and Build, Design

In honor of St. Patrick’s Day this weekend, we are featuring a kitchen remodeling project that was inspired by the color green. Working with our professional design team, our clients found the initial spark of inspiration for their new kitchen design in their favorite color. They are a young professional […]

Planning a Kitchen Remodeling Project? Five Ingredients for a Satisfying Chef’s Kitchen
Posted on March 7, 2012 in Kitchens, Design and Build, Design

We recently designed and built a kitchen remodeling project in San Diego’s Mission Hills community, which was inspired by the homeowners’ brother-in-law – a recently published chef. A chef’s kitchen is a timeless design that can work in virtually any home environment. Here are some of the basic ingredients for […]

Open and Shut Case: 3 Reasons to Choose White Cabinetry for Your Kitchen Remodel
Posted on February 16, 2012 in Whole Home Remodel, Kitchens, Design and Build, Design

Our design team has noticed a growing trend toward white cabinetry for our clients’ kitchen remodeling projects. The classic American styling of Cape Cod cabinetry and Shaker cabinetry – with their clean, simple and elegant lines – is particularly relevant in home design today. Here are some reasons why white […]

Banish the Bland. Bring Color to Your Whole Home Remodel.
Posted on January 31, 2012 in Whole Home Remodel, Art and Decorating, Design

Bold colors are showing up big time in design this year, and not just in paint. We’ve seen exciting color everywhere, including in fashion, furniture and decor. When planning your whole home remodel, why not experiment with some new ideas in color? A professional design team can help you expand […]

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