WARMTH is SERENITY is HOME
Among our many projects completed are:
Before we arrived, this kitchen was classic 1970's and very much in need of an update. Out went the linoleum and Formica and in came a family of beautiful new surfaces, colors and design that will last another generation. It's now smart, efficient, easy to use and beautiful.
Ground Up Construction, Calistoga
RooneyHome acted as project manager for this beautiful hillside home acting as the liaison between the homeowner and crews. We coordinated teams of builders, plumbers, electricians, finish workers and inspectors. Our ability to wear many hats, be flexible and see the big picture while focusing on the smallest details over the 3 year build made us a hero in the eyes of the homeowner whose primary residence is in Los Angeles. The homeowner was so impressed, that we have been retained as the on-going estate manager charged with day-to-day operation of this impressive residence.
In the end, this beautiful wine country retreat is just what the client wanted for her and her guests to unwind.
Master Bedroom, Kitchen & Bathroom, St. Helena
“Clean, simple, calming” was the directive of this homeowner. We achieved that and more for this very happy client. As project manager, I worked closely with the client, general contractor, architect and designer to help the homeowner create the “zen-like” surroundings that she dreamt of.
We did major spot remodeling for this beautiful home that combines Mission style and Japanese architecture. The two+ year project had some minor hiccups, but the result was well worth the time and effort.
Keeping an open mind and open lines of communication was important. It led to a strong relationship with the owners that continues today. The client had a vision and we were happy to help them realize that vision.
The challenge of this 70’s built townhouse was the homeowner’s association rules against any change on the exterior of the building.
Being stuck with the existing undersized window for natural light, the first thing we did was remove the existing shower that was more like a broom closet with a soap dish and replaced it with a glass enclosure. To maximize natural light, we stalled a frosted glass panel door with a transom window above. The result was a very bright and inviting master bathroom.
We designed a beautiful (wood kind) enclosure for the dual sinks with matching mirror frames to the delight of the homeowners.
This homeowner originally asked us for a new bathroom, but was so happy with the work we did that she asked us to keep going. We added a sitting room off the master bedroom of this home that neighbors a famous vineyard and then did a cost-effective reworking of her kitchen as budget was always a concern.
She liked the basic layout of the kitchen but disliked the dated look. To save time and money, we decided to keep the cabinet boxes, install new door and drawer fronts, new recessed lighting and a fresh coat of paint. These items coupled with a fabulous stone the owner found for the countertop created a beautiful kitchen without the cost or disruption of a full remodel.