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on January 04, 2016 Whole House

Even the Dog (Dundee) Loves Every Room!

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The Concept:
After moving in the homeowner (and his dog) wanted to update almost every room in this condominium. The remodel included the living and family room, fireplace, kitchen sink and countertops, a new barn door to the bath and new flooring.

Location: Playa Del Rey, CA
Space Remodeled: 500 sq. ft.
Style: Transitional

Transitional Style

Flow Throughout

While the home had a great patio, perfect for entertaining in southern California, the rest of the space didn’t have the same flow. After the remodel, the new floors tie every room together allowing guests to mingle both inside and out.

Transitional Style

Material Selections

The fireplace was retiled with natural stone vein cut travertine in silver beige from Arizona tile. The floor is French oak wood in Santolina.

Transitional Style

"Condos tend to be more challenging spaces to remodel because many share walls and floors and have strict regulations. We were able to design a space that was fresh."
Beth Yuen – Designer, CD&C

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