This contemporary, West Coast residence has a beautiful open design and modern decor. A short glass wall provides a balcony overlook from the second floor to the first where a long light fixture hangs as a decorative eye-catcher. The second story features a living room area with gray leather sofa, an eclipse door leading to an outdoor patio and a dining area in front of a built in fireplace.
For a family home, open, flowing spaces offer plenty of room for together-time, without ever seeming cramped. “Large bi-fold doors from the kitchen and living area lead onto a landscaped garden creating the perfect link from inside to out for this family,” says architect Robert Wilson. “The glass doors ensure natural daylight reflects though the living space across the polished floors, creating a wonderfully bright space.”
Rows of large, uncovered windows lets natural light flood the high ceiling and open design of this stylish sitting space. Black and beige graphic rugs soften the gray stone floor and add eye catching pattern to the solid color base of the room. A contemporary chandelier hangs out over a sliding glass door that leads to a wood patio. A stylish leather chaise creates a spot to sit back and enjoy the airy room.
A paver patio pathway leads to a stylish outdoor sitting space and continues down to a fire pit area with adirondack chairs. Beige cushions with a center tuft on the backrest pad the wrought iron chairs. A circular table with tinted glass top sits in the center topped with an oil lamp. Natural rock and plants surrounding the space add beautiful texture to the design.
You don't need gory decorations to spook your guests. HGTV fan debbiedoos set a frightening table with a metal skull centerpiece, red skull wine glasses and plastic bones on the place settings. To add more of a scare, she hung yellow CAUTION tape on the windows. This dinner table is sure to lead to a thrilling night.
In the master bedroom, a large, sliding glass door that leads onto the home's private balcony lets in plenty of natural light that reflects off the room's white walls. Windows behind each of the nightstands allow in extra light, or can be covered by the Ratan shades, adding warmth to the space. Mirrored doors create a brighter space, while soft, neutral bed linens make the space more inviting. The artwork hanging above the bed ties the space together and adds a splash of personality.
As seen on Fixer Upper, this elegant master bathroom has been transformed into a stylish oasis. Bathed in a neutral color palette, this space is bright and inviting thanks to the large window and glass paneled door that leads from this space outside onto a private balcony for the couple to enjoy. To help warm the space, stylish accents, such as floating sinks, modern shelves and a rustic mirror were added, creating the perfect, updated blend of stylish and relaxing.
These solid cherry doors lead to a meeting area that occupies part of the top floor of Pereira & O'Dell San Francisco offices. The exposed brick in this space is complemented by the modern design of the room. A modern, glass conference table and eight modern chairs allow for a comfortable negotiating space, while a modern sofa adds more comfortable seating. Two modern, yellow chairs give the space a bit of personality and color, while the patterned pillows on the sofa add texture and depth.
The overall layout and flow of the dining room breaks down traditional barriers and connects each guest to the chef, to the liveliness of shared meals and to the appreciation for history throughout the building. The dining zones were strategically designed to support the choreography of the chef’s team. The dining area was also designed to lead the guest’s journey to the big arrivals of the experience: a central glass wine room sitting grandly along the historic brick and — most importantly — the striking open kitchen, which is thrust center stage.
Thanks to the sliding glass doors that lead out onto the patio and to the pool, this kitchen boasts lots of natural light. That light is complimented by the dark furniture in the dining area, including a large dining table that seats the family comfortably and the banquette seating at the back of the room. The contemporary design of the space keeps ornamentation to a minimum, but the family has chosen to add a geometric wall design that spruces up the space and adds a touch of flair to their otherwise neutral kitchen walls.