To create the modern and inviting lower-level entry, a set of stairs and office door were relocated. Now a clean wall punctuated by a handsome console and painting by Philip DeAngelo welcome visitors. An offset pivot door and the continuation of tile, including the inset of Mexican beach pebbles, into the foyer blends the exterior and interior spaces.
Before shot of the entry, located on the lower level
A modern steel deck with a cantilevered roof and cable railing provides unobstructed views.
Before shot of the rear exterior
The configuration of the second floor changed to allow for an open kitchen, living, and dining area. New floor-to-ceiling windows brighten the modern space, and great care was taken to manage the transitions between materials.
The fireplace was resurfaced with steel panels and white oak cabinets were added.
Before shot of the kitchen
Expansive upper level windows allow light to flood the relocated stairwell. A wooden handrail is a graceful touch.
Before shot of the stairwell
In the dining room, architect Rob Carlton designed the table and sideboard. Homeowner Kim Juran designed and produced the quilt on the wall.
A hallway in the Juran's home