We had the pleasure to design and execute this wonderful project for a couple in Sherman Oaks.
Client was in need of a 4th bedroom and a brighter bigger living space.
We removed and reframed a 30' load bearing wall to unite the living room with the dining room and sitting area into 1 great room, we opened a 17' opening to the back yard to allow natural light to brighten the space and the greatest trick was relocating the kitchen from an enclosed space to the new great room and turning the old kitchen space into the 4th bedroom the client requested.
Notice how the warmth of the European oak floors interact with the more modern blue island and the yellow barstools.
The large island that can seat 8 people acts as a superb work space and an unofficial dining area.
All custom solid wood cabinets and the high end appliance complete the look of this new magnificent and warm space for the family to enjoy.
Raw Urth's hand crafted coved fireplace surround & hearth
Finish : Dark Washed patina on steel
*Scott Moran, The Log Home Guy (Cambridge, Wi)
*Tadsen Photography (Madison, Wi) ottamon - tonybernie_jenkins
brown and white area rug, beige arm chair, black and white accent pillow, brown sofa, high ceilings, nailhead detail, clear dining chair, dark wood dining table, light wood floor, clerestory window, large artwork, dark wood coffee table
This small project in the Portage Bay neighborhood of Seattle replaced an existing garage with a functional living room.
Tucked behind the owner’s traditional bungalow, this modern room provides a retreat from the house and activates the outdoor space between the two buildings.
The project houses a small home office as well as an area for watching TV and sitting by the fireplace. In the summer, both doors open to take advantage of the surrounding deck and patio.
Photographs by Nataworry Photography