Minimalist design has its roots in a movement in the 1960 as a protest against the increasingly consumerist and wasteful society. The minimalist's approach to simplicity is largely based on the logic of combining form and function.
The minimalist design can be summed up in a popular Mies van der Rohe line: 'less is more'. But don't be lead into thinking that Minimalist design has to be plain; in fact, it is common to include a piece of furniture, art, or décor that is an absolute show stopper.
There isn't an emphasis on using straight lines but rather an emphasis on balance and even distribution. This emphasis applies not only to the placement of furniture but also the distribution of visual stimuli around the living space.
Neutral colors like ivory and natural materials like stone tiles are commonly used; a step away from highly processed matrials.
Use natural and repurposed but balance their placement.
You've seen the projects we've done for our clients around the Bay Area who wanted to go with a Minimalist living space. If you like any of the projects you see and would like to incorporate something you saw into your home, we'd love to work with you on that.
Yes, we are! We carry a class B - General Building Contractor license, carry General Liability insurance coverage of up to $2,000,000, and provide worker's compensation to our staff. You can view all this information on the CSLB website.
Yes. Since early March 2020, we've made virtual appointments available to our clients. We're doing everything we can to ensure the peace of mind and safety of our clients during this pandemic season so if you have a specific request as it relates to a COVID safety procedure for your remodeling project, contact us and let us know.
Yes. We do not charge you to get an estimate or talk with us about your project. If you do receive a quote from us and decide not to work with us, as much as we would love to earn your business, you do not owe us anything for the quote.
The best way to know how your project will look like when it's finished is by preselecting the finish materials you want for your project and getting 3D renderings of your project. Preselecting the materials will allow our 3D designers to incorporate the exact materials you selected for you project so that the 3D rendering will look identical to the finished project.
Each project will vary depending on the scope of work and the complexity of the project but to give you a rough idea, full remodels can cost $100 to $200 per sq. ft., ADUs can cost $400 to $500 per sq. ft. to build, the typical bathroom can cost up to $25,000.
If you want a more accurate price for your project, book a free discovery call and tell our staff about your project. By learning about the specifics of your project, they can give you a more accurate idea of the price and timeline for your project.
We work with a financing company who will work with you to finance your remodeling project. Book a free discovery call and let our team know that you want us to explore financing options for your remodeling project. Payments for the project will be disbursed depending on the terms of the financier.