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Aaron Gordon Construction has been featured in several San Francisco Bay Area journals and magazines.

Featured On Houzz- “Think You Don’t Have Space for a Statement Bath?”

Scale down the tub. Install a petite version of a statement piece for all the impact of a full-size model in a fraction of the space. This scaled-down free-standing tub gives this tiny bathroom a classical vibe, complemented by tiled flooring, a traditional-style shower ring and curtain, smart paneling, and striking art.

Russian Hill Restoration – AGC Project designed by Faiella Design

With a rooftop deck that includes breathtaking views of the Golden Gate Bridge, this 1,700 sq. ft. condo in Russian Hill was primed and ready for its new life created by the interior talents at Faiella Design.

We’re Playing Favorites: The Top 30 Kitchens of 2013

At their first meeting, the owners of this 1,500-square-foot flat in San Francisco made it a point to tell architect Karen Curtiss that what they wanted to do to their home didn’t make financial sense.

‘Houzz porn’: drool-worthy home makeovers.

In renovating their 1889 flat in the Castro, Kristine Boyden and Scott Taylor wanted to respect its Victorian aesthetic while infusing their own style and modernizing.

Houzz helps remodelers nail down their dreams

Who doesn’t love house porn? Striking “before” and “after” shots of places that went from yuck to chic; peeks inside lavish abodes owned by folks more fabulous than you: Yum!

A Twisted Victorian in San Francisco.

At their first meeting, the owners of this 1,500-square-foot flat in San Francisco made it a point to tell architect Karen Curtiss that what they wanted to do to their home didn’t make financial sense. “They knew they could buy a house with the money they planned to spend on the condo,” Curtiss says.

Disguises for portable toilets with something to hide.

Barely bigger than a phone booth, they’re the smallest houses in San Francisco.

Disguises for portable toilets with something to hide.

Barely bigger than a phone booth, they’re the smallest houses in San Francisco.

Seeking the Bay Area’s prettiest outdoor potties.

If you’re shelling out $2 million to modernize your Pacific Heights Georgian Tudor Revival mansion, you don’t wanna spend the next year staring out your front window at a fluorescent green box where the construction workers go to the bathroom.

Portable Outhouses Get Extreme Makeover in San Francisco

Who likes seeing those green plastic outhouses in front of a neighborhood construction site? Certainly not homeowners. And in San Francisco one contractor has a better idea. Patrick Sedillo reports