What started as a 1900’s Craftsman-style Bungalow, was reimagined into an art-driven, urban and modern design through the creative use of architectural elements from our friends Brett Hautop and Jody Brown, along with contemporary furnishings customized with Scion fabrics. Family is the most important thing to our clients, so we created a sense of connectivity throughout the large home by mindfully adjoining spaces in creative ways such as custom, traffic-flow woodwork details within the hardwood floors with the help of our friends at Evan Lightner Studio. Throughout the home, we pushed the boundaries of our imagination and use of materials with well-appointed appliances and features that lend to the home’s innovative influence and performance.
The kitchen features an accessible mosaic tile along the ceiling that’s complimented by gold-speckled backsplash extending down the wall, splashing the interiors with a lively pattern and vibrant colors. Beautifully, simplistic woven light fixtures float above custom concrete countertops and kitchen cabinets, adding the perfect dose of artistry and texture to the room. The dining room features a wavy, decorative wall tile which adds an elegant, dimensional impact on the space, creating a stunning visual effect. Built-in panels in the family room contribute to undeniable details found throughout the design, and diamond shaped veneer using Sycamore wood, custom designed by Tom Jackson Floors, accentuates the beauty of the grain. An adjustable artistic panel by Peter Lik is a sleek, clean way to conceal the TV in the living area. This creative solution allowed us to design a room that was incredibly functional, without sacrificing an ounce of beauty.