This project included a full remodel and second-story addition to a single-story modern home built in 1959. Designer Jeff Troyer used a combination of stone, synthetic wood siding and stucco––all materials which satisfy the high-fire zone requirements in this California neighborhood.
The polished wood table brings a warm element to the cool-tone dominance in this open floor plan. Black leather dining chairs highlight the modern design influence. A mix of pendant lights feature a matte black exterior with shining copper interior.
This cabana stylishly walks the line between indoors and out with tall, bi-fold glass doors all along the building's exterior. The pool table, sitting and dining areas are protected from the elements while still getting to take in the views.
The entryway of this home was designed to introduce guests to the color and texture they will find on the home's interior. From the stone exterior wall to the bright green plants that line the walkway to the copper colored front door and modern pendant lights to illuminate the home's entrance, color and texture create an inviting experience for guests and homeowners alike.
This Spanish Revival redesign has great curb appeal with its winding brick walkway and bright lipstick-red front door. Prior to the remodel, most of the exterior was covered by bushes, which were replaced with a healthier slow-growing variety of flowering plants and lawn.