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For this ranch house renovation, we set out to create a warm modern home inspired by our clients’ wish to simplify their lifestyle and create a comfortable envelope for indoor/outdoor living. Modernists at heart, our clients wanted a contemporary space that feels cozy but is built for entertaining. A large wood pivot door sets the tone, leading to an open floor plan of living room, dining room and kitchen. A linear two sided fireplace with a floating hearth artfully divides the living and dining areas, providing ample overflow seating for family gatherings and parties.

White oak floors, warm wood shelving, concrete fireplace and white caesarstone provide the backbone of a neutral palette. Pops of color in textile accents and artwork — such as an abstract triptych by AJ Oishi — are striking and impactful. Our clients, who are not afraid of a good pattern, embraced the eye-catching curtains and playful wall treatments reminiscent of supergraphics of the 1970s.

Architecture: Justin Hanson
Landscape: Envision Landscape Construction:
Photography: Thomas Kuoh