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Quarter-sewn olive ash was used for the light-colored kitchen cabinetry. The bar stools are part of a set that Wilson designed in the 1990s, and they work perfectly with the cabinetry's light hue. Pendants from Prandina provide ample lighting for the island workspace and blend in with the space's modern décor.
A custom stainless steel hood, upper cabinetry and concrete tiles all reinforce the home's modern theme, but they were also chosen for their sturdy and economical designs. Granite countertops in an antique finish were also chosen for their durability as well as their aesthetic.
Wilson shaped the design of the house around a great room, with bedrooms and bathrooms branching off the main space. The connected living room, dining room and kitchen allow for a large and inviting space to host family and friends who trek out to the beach.
A solar thermal array was installed on the south-sloping roofline as an efficient means for the home to produce its own energy. The roofline has the perfect orientation for this installation, and it's able to provide all the energy needs throughout the year.
Metal fabrication: Hellikson Design; windows and doors: Blomberg; sinks: Concreteworks; lighting: City Electric, Sunny St. Pierre; cabinets: Richard Klunge; recycled wood: Crossroads; structural steel: Allen Steel
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