Other People’s Homes: Bay Area Town House

31 Jul
What I love about this house in particular is the the cabinetry in the kitchen and bathrooms.  I think it’s difficult to find new cabinets that echo the style of the true wooden mid-century ones.  These do the trick for me.  Enjoy!
(Via Modernica)

Living room featuring two vintage Hans Wegner’s Papa Bear chairs.

A beautiful replica of a 1950’s armoire was built for the entryway.

Dining room featuring Rody Graumans’ 85 Lamps chandeliers.

Kitchen was designed by architecture firm Zack | de Vito.

Bedroom was designed with storage in mind.

Bathroom was designed by architecture firm Zack | de Vito.

All photography by Ethan Kaplan. Interior Design: Antonio Martins. To read this complete story and see more photographs of this beautiful Bay area home, pick up a copy of CA Home+Design on the newsstands now.


8 Responses to “Other People’s Homes: Bay Area Town House”

  1. KMP Modern November 8, 2012 at 4:09 pm #

    Always been a big fan of mid-century modern design…I love how the rooms look…the Papa Bear’s are my favorite… the veneer finishes and cabinetry through out the kitchen and living room are to die for…great post!

  2. Samantha July 31, 2012 at 2:19 pm #

    Thank you for this post! I am trying to design some new joinery and balustrading for our house … this was just the inspiration I needed!

  3. Dana@Mid2Mod July 31, 2012 at 11:25 am #

    The cabinetry is outstanding. I love a house built with tons of storage, and that house seems to use every available inch. And that armoire…gorgeous!

  4. Jessa July 31, 2012 at 8:03 am #

    Gorgeous!! I love all the warm-toned wood. What on earth is that big beautiful red object in the first photo?!

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