European Contemporary Townhouse

Detached 1970s custom townhouse desperately needed updating. The new owners, who recently relocated from Germany, wanted a contemporary European feeling for every room.
European Contemporary Townhouse
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Contemporary furnishings and accessories purchased in Europe established the goals for the 1970s townhouse remodeling. Limestone tile floors replaced Mexican pavers, and the color scheme was changed from "Navajo White" to a soft grey.
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A custom yellow and gray marble fireplace surround was designed to blend with the homeowners' selection of furniture and accessories. The suspended triangle adds visual interest with good proportions relating to the living room's size and volume.
“Fireplace” — carynthom
European Contemporary Living-Dining Rooms
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This townhouse won awards when it was built in the 1970s, but it was caught in a design time-warp until the new owners decided to transform it into a contemporary European style. One of the technological advancements used in the original townhouse: a roof that slides back, exposing the sky (and the stars).
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Custom maple cabinets with gray stain and yellow accents establishes the European contemporary style that's used throughout the home. Unique display features add visual interest from every angle. The one-of-a-kind attached table allows conversation between the occupants and guests. Generous aisleways provide great circulation for everyone.
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