Imbuing a 798sq ft bungalow with period details
Through misguided remodels in the 1970s and ’80s, both the kitchen and postage-stamp sized bathroom of this 1924 Alameda bungalow had lost their original character. The goal for this home's redesign was to combine modern space planning and amenities with period details and craftsmanship. Much of this was achieved by opening up the kitchen to the dining area, as well as careful selection of space-saving fixtures, era-inspired hardware and locally made tile. All new flooring, painting, window coverings and lighting throughout complete this 798 sq ft bungalow's transformation from characterless crashpad to a jewelbox home.