The family area and the sunken living room are separated by a wall featuring a two-sided fireplace and the television while the kitchen and dining areas make wonderful use of the available corner space. Even the area under the staircase is put to good use with banquette-style seating and a small breakfast nook.
The top floor houses the master suite and two other bedrooms and bathrooms which offer wonderful views of the garden and the pool. With beautiful outdoor living and dining areas a lovely landscape around the house and a solar water heating system that cuts down on power consumption the home brings together natural goodness and a peaceful ambiance!
Corten steel plates Corian countertops and work surfaces and cedar siding that has been treated to endure the rough coastal winds shape a home that can withstand the fury of the elements and requires little maintenance in the long run.
The entire transformation process was all about resourcefulness and imagination as decor in bold colors and patterns was used to drive away any sense of lingering blandness in every single room of the house.
The lineup of midcentury icons that grace the home include the classic Paulistano Armchair the timeless Nelson saucer pendant light and Noguchi light sculptures among others. A smart white contemporary wall unit in the living room a lovely dining space and a contemporary kitchen in white complete the living area.