Heritage House II
Read about our charming shingle house in Mill Valley in Embark magazine. We designed it to pull in sunlight and mountain breezes.
Renovation in Mill Valley
Our Renovation / Addition project in Mill Valley was featured on Rue Daily. See how we updated this house for modern times, infusing a clean and minimal design scheme.
Mill Valley Makeover
Our Heritage House II project is featured in Remodelista. See how we transformed this house into a full 4 story.
Check out this adorable California bathhouse on Cabin Life. It pulls inspiration from a classic farmhouse style cabin.
We've been voted by the Houzz community as a winner of the Best of Houzz 2019 award for our kid’s bedroom.
Renovation in Mill Valley
Our Renovation in Mill Valley was featured in Better Homes + Gardens in an article titled Ready for a Change? Switch Hits. Enjoy this expressive home design!The story was repurposed for its sister publication Beautiful Kitchens & Baths.
Sweetwater Music Hall & Cafe
Our Plans for Sweetwater Music Hall & Cafe: We designed an enclosed, retractable awning system for Sweetwater Music Hall. Learn more on the Enjoy Mill Valley blog.
Our Creekside Retreat was profiled in Consumer Reports Room by Room Makeover magazine in a feature article titled “Dressing Up the Ranch”.
What started off as a renovation, turned into a ground-up construction project. Custom Home profiles how we turned this property into a zen-like retreat.
Tiny House, Extra Space
This “Tiny House” Bathhouse Makes Extra Space for Guests: Our 260 square-foot bathhouse with sleeping quarters was profiled on the I Heart HGTV blog. The story was later picked-up by BuildDecorMag.com
A Home Remodel Lets the Sunshine In
The San Francisco Chronicle profiles our Creekside Retreat showing how we turned this dark woodsy cabin into a light-filled family home.
Shingle Style Residence
Read how we updated and fully remodel this 3,600-sf shingle-style residence near downtown Mill Valley at Rethinking The Future.
Light-Filled Modern Kitchen
Heidi’s very own kitchen was a contender for the Remodelista awards for Best Professional Kitchen.
A Sonoma Inspired Home for a Marin County Family
Read how we designed a modern farmhouse reminiscent of wine country at the Modern Sanctuary blog. And don’t forget to read about our bathhouse, which they also profiled.
Home at Last!
Our Creekside Retreat was profiled in The Magnolia Journal. The feature story titled “Home at Last” highlights how we turned this dilapidated property into a sunlight-drenched home.
We submitted our trellised patio for the Gardenista “Best Outdoor Living Space” award. The house was originally designed by noted Bay Area architect William W. Wurster.
Our historic residence in Marin County was featured in New Old House Journal — they detail how we reimagined this charming downtown bungalow.
LUXList Interviews Heidi
Known for her preservative work and transformative renovations, Heidi is named a LUXList Designer. Check out some of her projects along with her product picks.
Embracing the Classics
Our “Renovation in Mill Valley” project was featured in American Farmhouse Style magazine where we show how to fold in classic details to create a modern farmhouse.
19th Century Cottage
Our historic renovation of this Mill Valley cottage was spotlighted in Marin Magazine. Built in 1890 and located on a prominent corner site, we added a 1200 square foot, one-story addition.
Historic Marin County House
Peek Inside this Historic Mill Valley Victorian Home! Read about our coveted historic renovation at 7X7.
The Backyard Bathhouse
Forget Garden Sheds, It’s all About this Backyard Bathhouse! Our much-loved Inverness Bathhouse was featured in Cottages & Bunglaows.
Adorable Tiny House
Tiny houses are all the rage! Bloggers and online writers were intrigued by our 260 square foot Inverness Bathhouse, which was featured on Curbed San Francisco.
A Green, Well-Lighted Place
Our “Ranch In Sonoma” project, which we served as the West Coast associated architect, was featured in Modern Magazine. The ranch house is sited on 600 acres in Sonoma County and features environmentally friendly zinc siding and roofing. Margaret McCurry, FAIA, a principal with Tigerman McCurry Architects in Chicago, was the lead design architect.
Renovated Marin County Barn
This quaint barn built in the early 1900's used to function as a horse stable, a garage and a guest house until it sustained significant damage. Head over to Inhabitat to learn how we completed an extensive renovation, which included flood proofing, a seismic upgrade, and reorganizing the upstairs.
Gardner Daily House
We renovated this 1960s Gardner Dailey house, connecting the outdoors with the in. See how we did it at Apartment Therapy.