Conscious Design for a Cozy Berkeley Craftsman By Ramona d'Viola
When one has the good fortune of partaking in the American dream—especially in the Bay Area, where even the smallest homes fetch upwards of $500K—maximizing your economy of space is key to living in a densely populated area.
After trying L.A., the South Bay, and SoMa on for size, Ashley Turner and Cliff Williams found the perfect fit for their low-impact lifestyle in the form of a tiny, 750-square-foot Berkeley Craftsman. Soon to be parents, the couple knew they would need more space for baby, but designed their home to purposely, and ingeniously, use every area within while adhering to a strict “no clutter” code. No easy feat with a newborn. >> Read more