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The first floor has a completely open plan, except for a small powder room near the stairs. You can see right through to the full-height glass doors that open onto the backyard from the front entry. The home opens up to a skylight above the dining table and a private backyard, flanked by neighboring houses on two sides and the street on a third.
The kitchen's white walls, white cabinetry and pale oak floors provide a neutral backdrop for stone and walnut accents. The stone is Bianco Asiago, a white marble used extensively in the Veneto region of Italy, where Prevedello’s family comes from. She visits often, so the stone has important family significance.
Gas range: Wolf
Although most of the kitchen supplies are neatly stored out of sight, simple oak shelves provide an opportunity to showcase a collection of Prevedello’s unusual jugs. The contrasting texture of the Asiago slab behind the range provides a weighty focal point for the space.
Outside, a concrete deck and slatted wood roof create boundaries to define the patio. The slats cut down on the harsh summer sun, cooling both the patio and the living room inside. The fireplace mantel extends outdoors, wrapping to conceal a charcoal grill where the couple often grill an impromptu dinner.