We absolutely love contemporary renovation and restoration projects that focus on adaptive reuse of the existing structure and materials. Located on an old Spanish farm in the sleepy scenic village of in the this lovely home transformation is all about a balanced and organic blend of modern comfort with old world charm.
Overlooking this home has all the trademark traits of the timeless Tudor house. A style that combined late Medieval and early Renaissance influences it was incredibly popular in Washington in the pre-World War II era. With its pitched gable roof and decorative stonework the is no different.
With trendy white countertops the kitchen adds to this refreshing atmosphere and horizontal oak laminate cabinetry brings textural and visual contrast to the area. A fun dining area with banquette seating makes the most of the corner space while the master bedroom sports a style that is inspired by a posh hotel room.
A neutral color palette is used along with low-slung decor to ensure that the focus stays firmly outside. An overhanging terrace and a lavish backyard tempt the homeowners to spend more time outside than indoors.
Black and white hues are used cleverly to create fun spaces as one room flows into the next. Sculptural furnishings and natural wooden surfaces bring in geometric and textural contrast as the private balcony and outdoor bar extend the living space beyond the walls.