The paint color of the casita and main house tied in with the other landscaping around the property.
The completed casita.
The pocket doors on the pony wall at the entrance of the casita open wide in order to let more light throughout the casita during the day, and close for privacy while occupied.
In order to save space, TraVek put in pocket doors so that during the day they could be open and more light could go throughout the room.
Kitchenette in Casita after.
Just a few rows a tile added extra pizzazz to the kitchenette in this Casita.
The bathroom in the casita had a water heater right in the middle of the floor. We enclosed it in a nice Starmark cabinet and carried the granite countertop from the vanity to the top of the water heater cabinet. Not only is there more counterspace, but it was a clever way to hide an eyesore.
Casita bathroom after.
This appears to be a very basic, very clean lined shower, but notice the intricacies of the tile placement in the floor.
TraVek removed the existing patio doors and put in over-sized wide doors in order to take advantage of the beautiful mountain view out that side of the house.
The beautiful rust paint color sure made this casita and home pop in the desert.
This casita was originally just a work space for the homeowner. It was more room than she needed for just her work, so they converted the space to a bedroom with pocket doors, pony walls to let more light throughout the casita, added a kitchenette, expanded the patio doors, and totally remodeled the bathroom. They also painted the exterior of the casita along with the exterior of the house. The vibrant colors really pop in the Arizona desert, and turned out to be very beautiful.