This property’s ravine views were a priority, and the interior design emphasizes the home’s connection to the outdoors. The result is a white, bright environment with a vacation cottage feel. And while the client was seeking a fresh home with an open living floor plan, she didn’t want anything to feel too new or contemporary. This is reflected through traditional features, like a butler’s pantry, a dedicated dining room, and a library-like office, as well as the home’s traditional millwork, crown molding, and cabinetry. The result is a space that is sophisticated and stylish while also being comfortable, livable, and cozy.
A standout four-seasons room with comfortable furnishings allows the homeowners to connect to the outdoors year-round.
Bedrooms prioritized guest spaces and creating an oasis and private retreat for the homeowners that included a lounge and home office area.
Architect — Mark Downey, Downey Szafarz Architects
Builder — Red Rock
Landscape Architect — Mariani Landscape
Photography — Michael Robinson