The family who has owned this home for twenty years was ready for modern update! Concrete floors were restained and cedar walls were kept intact, but kitchen was completely updated with high end appliances and sleek cabinets, and brand new furnishings were added to showcase the couple's favorite things.
Troy Grant, Epic Photo
A beautiful Eichler home in Marin County, CA, renovated and represented by Marika Sakellariou.
Photo by Peter Lyons Photography Foto de salón para visitas abierto, vintage, con paredes blancas, suelo de madera clara, chimenea tradicional y marco de chimenea de ladrillo
Bob Foran Imagen de salón cerrado, vintage, de tamaño medio, sin televisor, con paredes grises, suelo de madera en tonos medios, chimenea tradicional, marco de chimenea de baldosas y/o azulejos y suelo marrón
In 1949, one of mid-century modern’s most famous NW architects, Paul Hayden Kirk, built this early “glass house” in Hawthorne Hills. Rather than flattening the rolling hills of the Northwest to accommodate his structures, Kirk sought to make the least impact possible on the building site by making use of it natural landscape. When we started this project, our goal was to pay attention to the original architecture--as well as designing the home around the client’s eclectic art collection and African artifacts. The home was completely gutted, since most of the home is glass, hardly any exterior walls remained. We kept the basic footprint of the home the same—opening the space between the kitchen and living room. The horizontal grain matched walnut cabinets creates a natural continuous movement. The sleek lines of the Fleetwood windows surrounding the home allow for the landscape and interior to seamlessly intertwine. In our effort to preserve as much of the design as possible, the original fireplace remains in the home and we made sure to work with the natural lines originally designed by Kirk. Hermoso y elegante trabajo en madera. - claudiaeneliarboledabarrios
Open living, dining, and kitchen.
Scott Hargis Photography Diseño de salón abierto, vintage, grande, con paredes blancas, suelo de madera clara, chimenea tradicional, marco de chimenea de hormigón y televisor colgado en la pared
Open Concept living room with original fireplace and tongue and groove ceilings. New Epoxy floors. Diseño de salón cerrado, retro, con paredes blancas, chimenea tradicional, marco de chimenea de ladrillo, televisor colgado en la pared y suelo gris
Mid Century Modern Renovation - nestled in the heart of Arapahoe Acres. This home was purchased as a foreclosure and needed a complete renovation. To complete the renovation - new floors, walls, ceiling, windows, doors, electrical, plumbing and heating system were redone or replaced. The kitchen and bathroom also underwent a complete renovation - as well as the home exterior and landscaping. Many of the original details of the home had not been preserved so Kimberly Demmy Design worked to restore what was intact and carefully selected other details that would honor the mid century roots of the home. Published in Atomic Ranch - Fall 2015 - Keeping It Small.
Daniel O'Connor Photography
Foto de salón cerrado, vintage, de tamaño medio, sin televisor, con paredes blancas, suelo de madera clara, chimenea tradicional y marco de chimenea de ladrillo muebles, decoracion, colores, me gusta mucho - therie_desedas
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