room and closet/dressing room. Every space opens to views of the giant redwoods that surround the property, connecting with the outside and making the house feel bigger. The movement of light during the day activates different parts of the house, while layering the lighting carries this magical effect
small closet that was converted into the bathroom) and included only one window and the barn-door originally used for loading hay. The new room is clad in new siding painted white (to provide a strong contrast to the first floor) and to brighten the room. The room borrows light from the windows in
bathroom and closet through a new wall clad in wood boards and translucent glass. The wood floor (although new to this house) is salvaged from local barns in California.
The stainless steel door and hardware were custom fabricated by Condor Metals of Los Angeles.
Design Team: Tracy Stone, Donatella Cusma'
Added to 169 ideabooks Last comment "like all but mink throw is not masculine. love the poster"
above his closet to store additional clothing and bed linens. The client's plush blanket contrasts with the leather accent pillows on the bed. "Comfort was a factor that wasn't sacrificed in this design," Younger says.