Maintaining its discreet street presence, the living area of a 1920’s Spanish Colonial bungalow is doubled by a complimentary 2 1/2 story rear addition with urbane interior. A new "North Beach inspired" kitchen and adjacent dining/family room opens to a private rear yard. A skylit stairwell displaying the owner’s vintage toy collection leads to new bedrooms, a playroom, and a private lofted master suite.

General Contractor: Caruso Construction
Photographer: Bruce Damonte

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Sarah Glass added this to Staircase Lighting18 June 2019

This is a capped staircase with a flat topped handrail. It looks very cool.

Nip Tuck Remodeling added this to Sanders2 April 2018

Captured treads Painted newels and balusters with stained handrail and newel caps.

kalligirl added this to floor15 January 2018

The gray walls add a modern feel to this traditional stairway. Again, the newel posts here lend themselves to a two-tone treatment. The brown stain is so dark it almost reads black. I love the graphic effect of the dark handrail zigzagging and leading your eye upward, and the contrast between the dark treads and white risers.

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