Mountain View Contemporary

This Aaron Green (master-architect and Frank Lloyd Wright Associate), mid-century home was very small, with a living room/kitchen, 2 small bedrooms and one bathroom.
The 1950”s Eichler-type style included a lot of dark paneling, dark paint and dark linoleum tiles. The bathroom was pink, white, blue and brown, It had no storage and again, there was only one.
A larger master suite with a separate bathroom was added, the existing bathroom was updated and lots of storage added. All the paint was lightened up throughout the home. The living room and kitchen design created some separation between these area’s and even opened up some space for a proper laundry room.
New hardwood flooring and wood cabinets (to match some existing that was saved) pay homage to the Aaron Greene original style.
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