This stunning post and beam in Cypress Park was lived in by the original builder for fifty years, and although well maintained, needed an update.
To achieve a more contemporary open concept plan and celebrate the view, walls between the kitchen, dining room, and living room were removed. To keep the rooms orientation and focus on the full height, tension fit stone fireplace, TV is located discreetly to the side with A/V controls recessed and architecturally concealed below. A large Bocci aperture installation with shades of green highlights the wood clad vaulted ceiling.
The jewel tone bathrooms are bold and immersive bathrooms and stand in modern contrast to the nostalgia of the home. The green Power Room corresponds with the custom sofa and Bocci fixture in the Living Room. The guest bath is fully fit out in royal blue with a luxurious soaker tub. The Primary Ensuite is purposefully muted and serene, with an integrated steam shower and tiled bench.
Photos by Luis Valdizon, When They Find Us