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The Mesa House Remodel

A Behind-the-Scenes Story of a Kitchen Remodel ( Before Photos )

The Mesa House Remodel

Amid a plethora of choices for desert kitchen remodeling in today’s information overload age, sometimes opportunity knocks just steps away from home. With an eye on design at The Mesa in South Palm Springs, here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the onset of a kitchen’s remarkable transformation.

Nestled at the base of the San Jacinto Mountains, this private collection of residences complements the natural beauty of its surroundings. Choosing to capture the splendor of the desert’s dramatic terrain, one neighbor’s dream awoke another neighbor’s vision for her own culinary haven, proving that opportunity can knock more than once (and on the same street).

Following six years of serving as a gathering area that slowly evolved into clutter and confusion, it was time to organize and refocus on what originally drew these home owners to their property. Exposed and overcrowded shelving once dampened dark countertops and a disheveled and distracting desk space from the rugged mountains that hugged this unique  property. A complete kitchen remodel was in need.

The Mesa House Remodel - Before
The Mesa House Remodel - Before
The Mesa House Remodel

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Palm Springs Modern Kitchen

Most of us have a certain picture in our minds when we embark on a room or whole house remodel. Upon sharing the priorities for an open and sundrenched kitchen remodel, work began on building the dream. Samples were pulled of white, high-gloss, thermofoil cabinets, while creative ideas (such as a “doggie station”) were enthusiastically relayed to customize this kitchen to the delight of its two- and four-legged residents.  An all-inclusive and value-engineered proposal was quickly prepared, featuring line-item pricing that accommodated this homeowner’s budget, and laying a solid foundation for the exciting transformation that awaited.

Stay tuned for part 2, the reveal of their Palm Springs modern kitchen!

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Demand Remains High for Palm Springs Real Estate

Custom Home Builders and Architects in Palm Springs CAAccording to a recent article in Palm Springs Life, the demand to live in Palm Springs has remained high, as La Quinta struggles with too much housing inventory.

Palm Springs is the largest city by land area in Riverside County, and was first developed in the 1930s. For the past eighty years, the town has been a destination for Holywood’s elite and second home owners throughout the United States.

Although every town in the Valley was affected during the housing crash beginning in 2008, Palm Springs remained a desirable area, but was never really overbuilt. Neighboring La Quinta, no the other hand, may have been slightly overbuilt, as there is currently an over-supply in available homes.

As the economy continues to improve, the Palm Springs lifestyle remains an attractive destination for homeowners and home buyers. For those who already live in the area and who may be looking to remodel or even build new, we invite you to contact RBC Construction to learn more about our custom home building, remodeling, and design build services. As well, if you are looking to relocate or pick up a second or third home in the Palm Springs or Palm Desert area, feel free to call to ask some pressing questions. We look forward to getting to know you!

2019-04-01T14:54:29-07:00June 28th, 2015|Categories: Construction & Remodel News, Housing Market, Palm Springs|