Klopf Architecture have remodeled a 1960s mid-century modern home in San Carlos, California, to be a more open, light, and indoor-outdoor, contemporary home.
Take a look this fabulous mid-century modern home…
The renovated house features a wood and grey exterior, and when approaching the house, you walking down a concrete path surrounded by rock gardens, wood fencing and mini courtyards provide extra privacy for the home.
Approaching the front of the house, beyond the sliding glass doors and clerestory windows is the living room. To the right of the sliding doors, is the front entrance highlighted by a blue door framed with glass windows.
Inside, the kitchen and dining area are separated by a large white and wood island that has a prep sink, which matches the white countertops and wood cabinetry. Light blue, geometric tiles have been used as a backsplash for a light touch of color.
The dining area separates the living room from the kitchen. Opposite the kitchen is the living room with a dark accent wall. Three silver, round, pendant lights hang above the wooden dining table, anchoring it in the large open room.
Tucked beside the patio is an outdoor dining area set up with a wood dining table and bench seating.
The master bedroom has a pop of color with a bold art piece that matches a blue Eames rocking chair in the corner of the room. The bed faces a large sliding glass door that looks out to a private patio.
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