Mid Century Modern Masterpiece was featured by At Home Magazine, House of the year. Restoring the original architecture and unveiling style and sophistication. Main conversation and living area, comfortable and stylish with many seating options to sit by the fire. Polished concrete floors and clean white walls allow the architecture and custom furnishings to stand alone.
To update the exterior, dual-glazed windows and cementitious siding are installed, and the walls and roofs are newly insulated. Along with the addition of a 3.4-kilowatt photovoltaic system, Carver + Schicketanz Architects achieve the first LEED platinum project in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California.
This comfortable and stylish mid-century kitchen offers many seating options. The kitchen island is a perfect spot for a quick breakfast, while the dining table seats four for family dinner or entertaining.
Floor-to-ceiling windows seamlessly blend the indoors and out, where an open floor plan kitchen connects to a mid-century dining room. A simple wooden table is surrounded by chic Eames chairs, while an elegant chandelier adds a traditional touch to the space.
The designer's overall vision was to create a clean and simple landscape plan to preserve the minimal style of a contemporary mid-century home design. The challenge was to find complimenting species of plants that would accent the design of the home, while maintaining the simplicity that the homeowners requested.
At Home Magazine featured this Mid Century Modern masterpiece as house of the year. Restoring the original architecture and unveiling style and sophistication in the main living area created comfortable and stylish seating options to sit by the fire. Polished concrete floors and clean white walls allow the architecture and custom furnishings to stand-alone.
The minimal architecture created a challenge to find complimenting species of plants that would accent the mid-century modern home's design, while maintaining the simplicity the homeowners requested. The solution was selecting minimal varieties of plant species that included assortments of colors, which added the drama without overprinting.
A typical kitchen layout in the modernist mid-century design of an Eichler home. This space will be incorporated into the living room and a new kitchen will be created in the far left corner of the home with open access to the courtyard and living room.
Before, this 1960s bathroom was an eyesore. While the tiles that cover much of the walls were in good shape, their colors -- green and maroon -- showed the bathroom’s age. In addition, walls painted hunter green made the small room feel even smaller.
An ornate sage green chandelier with exposed bulbs hangs in a green and white bedroom with floral patterned wall paper and large roman shades. A day bed works in the small bedroom and provides storage along with the green glass-front bookcase.