Project Description


After a few months of planning, permitting, designing this home went through an extensive renovation and is ready for sale. This previous post shows a glimpse of what the home is not today by showing a front elevation drawing.

Dream Design Construct works with homeowners, realtors, and contractors to revive a home’s charm. This traditional 1930’s Spanish home was felt outdated and stuffy and our job was to redesign the home to give it a more contemporary feel that is open and fresh. This hope includes 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and a detached 2-car garage.

The cramped galley kitchen was opened up with an eat-in kitchen and breakfast nook. The custom light yellow cabinets, white quartz counter tops and stainless steel appliances will put anyone in a bright mood when cooking in the kitchen.

The master bedroom with en-suite bathroom have been designed to allow as much natural light to pour in from windows framed by the contrasting brown wood. Throughout the home, Spanish terracotta and Barcelona tiles adorn spaces that remind homeowners of the homes original design style. Along with barrel ceilings and arched doorways, the home was designed to not only be updated to the liking of today’s homeowners but also retain some of that nostalgic California Spanish home design style.

A finished detached garage allows the homeowners to have a second space for whatever they would like to use it for. At the rear of the home, guests can dine outside on an oversized patio under a pergola and have a great time sharing drinks and barbecue. Because the home was built almost 86 years ago and Los Angeles being notorious for earthquakes, it was our job to make sure that this lovely Spanish home was to be earthquake retrofitted, structurally safe, and meet current building code requirements.