Santa Rosa, CA, US 95407 · 111 photos
Home built by JMA (Jim Murphy and Associates); designed by Hart Howerton. Photo credit: Tim Maloney, Technical Imagery Studios.
Carpenters finished the floors in this Tuscan-inspired home using reclaimed wood with all its imperfections, polishing it to a soft patina that leaves the impression of decades of gentle use. The heavy timber beams in the great room and kitchen are also from reclaimed wood. These "old-world" elements blend beautifully and add warmth to the refined, modern materials of stucco, drywall and the square-edged styling of the interior walls and columns.
The home's sloping site offers a welcoming courtyard at the entrance, an upper patio with fireplace on the same level as the home, and a lower patio with a vanishing edge pool.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Check out how the mirror here reflects the beams of the ceiling in a really artistic manner. It's unlikely that most people woud ever look into this mirror since it is placed high on the wall and yet it creates a neat addition to the decor of the space.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
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(6 weeks ago)
added by ideas2use
(5 months ago)
French doors leading to a deck.
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(10 months ago)
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(12 months ago)
added by Constance Frische_Gundrum
to med style
(14 months ago)
fireplace and casual feel
curtains and roman shades
added by kylie83
(2 years ago)
bench makes chairs by window not seem too crowded, hmmm
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to cj picks
(3 years ago)
sloped ceiling with beams
added by genghelena
(3 years ago)
We like the high ceiling and open living area.
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