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An incredible 1954 home in the hills was waiting for our clients to discover. Totally untouched, the house was a time capsule of its era, so much so that a photographer used the house as a backdrop for a midcentury-era burlesque photography book! Our clients wanted to carefully update the home while reusing as many elements of the original architecture as possible including light fixtures, hardware, an original built-in bar cabinet and the kitchen's vintage oven. New windows brought in more light to the doug fir paneled living and dining area along with a new door to the totally rebuilt back deck. 

A new primary suite was created allowing not only connection to the exterior via the wrap-around deck but also to a new bathroom and walk-in closet. Two new intimate office spaces, for each of our clients, are infused with their personalities. The basement family room allows for another gathering space and party zone, complete with the original built-in bar freshly facaded with a dramatic red velvet channel tuft upholstery. Vertical slats serve as dividers not only to the downstairs stairwell but also in the family room itself, allowing for defined circulation zones and a spot to display art and collections. 

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Photos by Meagan Larsen

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