This exquisite lounge brings together the best of both worlds in an unassuming yet elegant manner. The lower level of the house itself features a chic living space an indoor kitchen a dining area and a cool home office. A wine cellar next to the staircase makes for an interesting visual and saves up on space.
The mood of the airy and modern living room swerves in a slightly different direction as the floorplan moves into the more traditional study. Lined with bookshelves the cozy space can be closed off with heavy curtains to become a private performance area. A small nook serves as a contemplative desk area to compose music and french doors reveal a small balcony for when a break is needed.
Renovating a classic home with its own defined style and unique features can be quite a challenge at the best of times. The task becomes even trickier when you are trying to preserve this classic style while giving the interior a fresh modern makeover.
Large sliding glass doors and glass walls become an integral part of each and every room of the house as the view outside is brought indoors in an effortless manner. The classic coastal colors of white and blue are used in a contemporary context with ingenious pendant lights giving the living area a whimsical aura. Decor additions like the Philippe Starck’s Masters chairs add sculptural style to the setting.
This beautiful house in an affluent neighborhood of was originally built in the 1920s. With being popular from 1890 to the early 1940s in the US the house was built with distinct pitched gable roofs embellished doorways and other intricate features that were inherent to the style. The owners of the residence wanted to keep this timeless appeal intact despite ushering in a modern ambiance.