About Chroma Reno + Design

Founded January 2013

We bridge the gap between design and construction

We believe that these two elements of creative, architectural endeavor shouldn't exist apart from each other.  It's our goal to merge both design and construction under one cohesive entity, thus enabling a far superior and unified work. 

We are a company inspired by people

It's people that we are inspired by and love to work with. We approach each project with the customer's personality and interests at the forefront because we believe this is where inspiration is born. At the beginning of a project we enjoy spending time getting to know our customers and make sure we really understand their needs and expectations.

We pay attention to the small details

We take great pride in our work and enjoy crafting objects and spaces that our customers enjoy. One of the ways we aim to inspire our customers is by ensuring that even the smallest details of a project are done with precision and care. Take a look at some of our projects to see what we're talking about. 

We resolve problems with research, expertise and experience

With each endeavour, there are a unique set of obstacles to overcome. We see these obstacles as an opportunity to grow. We are careful that all our recommendations are well researched and have a proven track record of success. 

We seek out responsible suppliers

We source all materials as locally as possible and make a priority to integrate sustainable products, including recycled, reusable, and low toxicity materials. 

We care about our environment

We try to recycle as much as possible to divert things from going to landfill.  By carefully estimating material orders and by recycling or reusing in other projects, we're able to divert 80% of our waste from landfill.


Patrick Jolly

Founder of Chroma Reno + Design, designer/builder

Patrick's passion for architectural space began as a young boy. He would spend hours painting, rearranging, and transforming his bedroom into the ultimate work/live/play space. He later pursued architectural design which led him to study environmental (spacial) design at OCAD University in Toronto, Ontario and Gerrit Reitveld Academie in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Patrick has worked in residential renovation and construction since 2006.

Having spent five years traveling Canada by bike, learning about our country, landscape and culture, Patrick enjoys drawing on inspiration from the environment. During his time travelling Canada, he developed ideas about sustainability and simple living. He also engaged in alternative building practices including strawbale, adobe, and the use of salvaged materials.