The world needs more artists. Especially ones who turn a mid-century home into a modern oasis.
From the tall grass decorating the front pathway to the paired down, yet comfortable interior, this home is a great example of modernism in architecture and feels like this architect and his graphic artist partner didn’t let one inch of their home go without adding their own personal touch.
While aiming for a comfy feeling they added their own creative touch with finishes, furnishing, and art. Using the fireplace as the focal point the living room is dressed with an unexpected mix of pink cushions accenting green chairs.
Their collection of books line the built-in book shelves that run along a wall that passes through the kitchen. The impeccably designed modernist kitchen features Kitchen Aid appliances, a custom island, and Emser glass tile.
This is the best use of a den I’ve seen. The exposed beam ceiling gives this space depth and definitely promotes creativity at work.
And when you’re done with work you can relax in one of the three bedrooms.
Or maybe you’ll take a dip in your pool surrounded by verdant bamboo.
This home last sold in 2004 for $910,000.
Listing courtesy of Dorothy Carter & Michael Orland – Keller Williams