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Origami Office

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Project Location: San Francisco, California

HGTV Room Crashers invited us to create a home office that converts to a guest room for a young professional couple. We designed a custom desk for two and a murphy bed alcove that folded away to lounge seating when not in use.

This episode first aired in 2013 on HGTV’s Room Crashers Episode 307.

Attic Hideaway

As seen on "House Crashers" Episode 713, on DIY Network

Project Location: Memphis, TN

DIY Network’s popular ‘House Crashers’ show invited Re:modern to guest design this Memphis Attic. With the addition of a suspended bed, motorized hidden television, and some custom builds, we took an unfinished attic space and turned it into a light-filled guest bedroom and office nook.

This project first aired in 2013 on DIY Network’s House Crashers Episode 713.

Rustic Modern Family Room

Rustic Modern Family Room

Services Provided: Schematic Design, Design Development, Interior Design, Sourcing, Styling
Project Location: Rocklin, CA

We designed this space for a modern family with young children. Their existing family room was stuck in the 1980’s and was overdue for an update. The homeowners liked the idea of incorporating recycled materials and rustic finds, which we balanced with a clean lines and modern sensibility. New features included a custom fireplace surround, cork flooring, and accent wall made from reclaimed pallet wood. The wall-mounted TV is mounted on a mechanized frame that flips over to a family portrait when not in use.

This project was featured on DIY Network’s Ultimate Crash, which first aired in July 2013.

Pastry Chef’s Kitchen

Pastry Chef's Kitchen

Services Provided: Space Planning, Schematic Design, Design Development, Product Sourcing
Project Location: Rocklin, California

This project was featured on DIY Network’s Ultimate Crash, which first aired in July 2013.

Indoor-Outdoor Master Bedroom Retreat


Project Location: San Francisco, CA

What would you do if your bedroom had a mishmash of doors and windows on just about every wall? The homeowners of this master bedroom had exactly such a dilemma. They struggled with finding the right furniture and space plan for a dark room that had 5 doors. We stepped in by proposing a design that turned their existing eyesores into dramatic features, including: a reclaimed barn door that unified their entry and closet openings, a fold-open window wall that connected the room to a balcony deck, and a wall mural that camouflaged the doors to their bathroom and second closet. We also placed their bed unconventionally in the middle of the room and added a custom leather headboard with hidden storage behind. The result was a fun and eclectic space inspired by being on a treetop.

This project first aired in 2012 on HGTV’s Room Crashers Episode 212.

Golden Glitz Living Space

Golden Glitz

Services Provided: Schematic Design, Design Development, Interior Colors, Sourcing, Custom Furnishings, Styling
Project Location: Rockridge Neighborhood, Oakland, CA

The homeowner of this space was a young, single professional who loved gold and pink. She started out with a featureless small space that needed more storage and seating. We completely transformed her room by hiding functional elements behind new architectural features. Highlights include a custom fireplace mantel with integral storage and a hidden television behind a large, two-way mirror. We introduced glass, metallic finishes, and compact furnishings to make the room appear larger. We used ample amounts of color and pattern to reflect the homeowner’s spunky personality, and grounded them against classic gray walls.

This project was featured on HGTV’s Room Crashers Episode 203, which first aired in January 2012. Watch a video clip of it here.