Edward came to Modern Craft looking to have his Victorian home in the Castro fully renovated. He had in mind an aesthetic that blended both a modern and traditional look. As an artist and musician he envisioned a space that could act as a canvas for his artwork, but with a touch of warmth and woodwork.

To begin, Modern Craft designed a reconfigured space with an open kitchen and dining area. The kitchen was moved from the center of the home to the back and featured herringbone tiles, natural quartz countertop, raw steel kitchen cabinets and wine rack. As a final touch, European white oak flooring, three-piece crown molding and radiant heat were installed throughout the home.