Monday, 14 January 2008

House in California








This house, not far from Hollywood, was built in 1965 by Barry J. Moffit (a student of Frank Lloyd Wright). When Timothy Guetzlaff and Barry Robison bought it (six years ago) they started by refurbishment. Many of single-pane windows were changed to multi-pane; a part of the patio turned into a dining room. The kitchen is now done up with shale tile (instead of the Italian). Wooden floors gave way to cork parquet. Experienced professionals (over 24 years in design business), the owners decorated their dwelling in a restrained manner. Simple natural materials and sober, muted colors come together for a comfortable and snug interior.

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