Popularly referred to as "The Flintstone House," this free-form, single-family residence is an iconic landmark in Hillsborough, CA. Built in the late '70s, the eclectic home incorporates a unique series of domes to naturally coincide with the surrounding hillside. At the same time, its bright orange exterior offers a striking visual contrast with the rest of the property.
Eclectic Residence Coincides With California Hillside
With an eye toward the surrounding hills of northern California, this truly iconic residence uses a unique series of domes to mimic the natural landscape. Descending stone steps lead guests to the front entrance, while the bright orange and purple exterior serves as a testament to the home's bold eclectic style.
A cozy orange sectional and ottoman elongate this eclectic living room. Below, a large multicolored area rug not only complements the sectional's orange fabric, but also helps to soften the white tile. Vintage artwork on the walls creates cohesion with other rooms throughout the house.
Multicolored Accents Achieve Cohesion in Eclectic Spa Bathroom
Two mirrors with stained glass trim accentuate the neutral double vanity in this eclectic bathroom setting. Textured white walls pair nicely with the gray tile floor to create movement. In front of the sliding door, a traditional bench with a multicolored cushion achieves cohesion with the stained glass mirrors.