Piney Point Ranch

Remodeling and adding on to a classic pristine 1960’s ranch home is a challenging opportunity. Our clients were clear that their own sense of style should take precedence, but also wanted to honor the home’s spirit. Our solution left the original home as intact as possible and created a linear element that serves as a threshold from old to new. The steel “spine” fulfills the owners’ desire for a dynamic contemporary environment, and sets the tone for the addition. The original kidney pool retains its shape inside the new outline of a spacious rectangle. At the owner’s request each space has a “little surprise” or interesting detail.
Photographs by: Miro Dvorscak

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bill_boler added this to living room22 March 2020

dark beadboard island, dark wood grain island and lower cabs, white uppers, stainless steel backsplash, lots of white

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White and wood kitchen cabinets

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