Transitional Entry, San Diego
Coronado, CA The Alameda Residence is situated on a relatively large, yet unusually shaped lot for the beachside community of Coronado, California. The orientation of the “L” shaped main home and linear shaped guest house and covered patio create a large, open courtyard central to the plan. The majority of the spaces in the home are designed to engage the courtyard, lending a sense of openness and light to the home. The aesthetics take inspiration from the simple, clean lines of a traditional “A-frame” barn, intermixed with sleek, minimal detailing that gives the home a contemporary flair. The interior and exterior materials and colors reflect the bright, vibrant hues and textures of the seaside locale.
Large transitional light wood floor and beige floor entryway photo in San Diego with a black front door and white walls
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added this to December 8, 2015
The color looks a shade darker here, and it certainly could be, or it may simply be due to lighting differences....
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LIght, light, light.. shiny ceiling with some texture that reflects the light. Blue door and trim highlights the...
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