What’s Your View for the New Year? Planning with Perspective for Your Whole Home Remodel

lrThe end of one year and the beginning of another naturally causes us to reflect on the past and dream about the future. When some of the space in your home is specifically designed for contemplation, peace and inspiration are easier to find. When planning your whole home remodel, consider how your view influences your daily perspective and overall mood. Here are some examples of our projects that thoughtfully integrate the view:

Embrace Natural Surroundings
The design of the seaside condo shown above highlights the natural beauty of the condo’s spectacular Pacific Ocean views. Glass doors facing were built with three-foot panels from the middle and overlap, allowing for a 12’ opening to capture ocean breezes.

ColonialCoastal5Keep an Open Layout
This Colonial Coastal kitchen is a study in meticulous nostalgic design, balanced with a layout open to the dining and living area that allows the entire space to be filled with natural light. An emphasis on the surrounding nature defines the “coastal” in this classic Colonial-style design.

Live and Entertain Outdoors
This urban contemporary loft includes an expansive roof top deck with a spectacular vista of downtown San Diego. Day or night, this open space encourages indoor/outdoor living and entertaining.

roofA new year brings new possibilities, especially in your home. Our unified team of architects, designers and construction professionals can help you discover ways to significantly enhance your lifestyle with innovation and enduring style for your whole home remodel.