Tuesday, September 17, 2013



Downsizing and upgrading at the same time: 
remodeling before moving in to this classic mid-century modern home. 
This sounds ideal - less to take care of, but more to enjoy! 
This home received a  full face-lift from head to toe including a new kitchen, master suite, guest bath and wine cellar:
all the important rooms of the house!

Consistent with mid-century modern architecture, these homeowners combined the clean lines of the cabinets with horizontal waves of tile running across the backsplash.
The caramelized bamboo is a renewable resource as well as a beautiful cabinet material.

Gray and gold colors in the granite countertops are picked up in the stainless steel appliances and the soft fawn color of the backsplash
Tile reminiscent of the 60's works perfectly with the state of the art gas cooktop and heavy-duty hood.

A dream pantry off the kitchen with pull-out drawers, broom closet and extra full-size refrigerator. 
Also serves as the Costco closet!

A small 7' x 9' space was converted to a temperature-controlled wine cellar able to store 900 bottles.

Organized, labeled and visible for easy access.


Simplicity, beautiful textures and a little surprise!

Smooth alder cabinets, leather-like tile with heated flooring, veined granite, and bright glass block make this master bath a spa-like treat.

Stunning patterned glass block allows the sunshine to come in but maintains the privacy.

Note that the lower glass blocks are opaque and the very top ones are clear allowing the view of the lush back yard through while in the shower.


Glass block again in the guest bath.

The homeowner has a love for orange which pops against the neutral gray tones.

Plenty of storage

A little surprise by the toilet.

Sleek and simple shower


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