Looking sharp.

Feb 16, 2018 by Hiromi Ogawa

The tiled wall disappears into the ceiling light cove at our Yerba Santa Avenue Residence. ⠀

How our clients live in their spaces

Feb 14, 2018 by Hiromi Ogawa

I love getting a glimpse of how our clients use their finished spaces. This shot is of a custom walnut shelf above the Fireclay kitchen backsplash at our Kelton Avenue Residence. The arrangement is warm and elegant, just like the owners.

Best of Houzz 2018!

Jan 17, 2018 by Hiromi Ogawa

ogawafisher in Palo Alto, CA on Houzz

We made Best of Houzz 2018 in the Service category - for the third year in a row! Thank you all for your continued support, as we wouldn't be where we are without you.

Street presence

Dec 19, 2017 by Hiromi Ogawa

This is the street view of the Gilbert Avenue Residence. The low-slope hip roof, the deep overhangs, the front porch recess, the window language - it's coming together very nicely.

Featured on Houzz: You're Going to Love These Ideas for Dining Space Storage

Dec 8, 2017 by Hiromi Ogawa

The Stannage Avenue Residnece was featured in a Houzz article titled "You're Going to Love These Ideas for Dining Space Storage". And yes, we also love the idea of a beautiful, custom oak dining bench that is both comfortable and useful! 

Deep roof overhangs

Nov 29, 2017 by Hiromi Ogawa

Plywood sheathing and the roof frarming is up at the Gilbert Avenue Residence. The deep roof overhang over the second floor is looking very good!

Kitchen backsplash at our Yerba Santa Avenue Residence

Nov 7, 2017 by Hiromi Ogawa

With white cabinets and white grout, the beautiful turquoise/teal of the tile really stands out.

Bronze window + vertical grain cedar siding

Nov 1, 2017 by Hiromi Ogawa

Our Santa Margarita Avenue Residence is really coming together!

A change in perspective at the Gilbert Avenue Residence

Nov 1, 2017 by Hiromi Ogawa

Framing is complete on the second floor of our Gilbert Avenue Residence. One flight above the bustling street activity, you feel a sense of quiet, as the windows frame a view of treetops.