La Jolla Residence: Kitchen BanquetteTransitional Dining Room, San Diego

The design concept for this project is “Vintage Modern,” meaning the space has the visual charm and appeal of a vintage cottage, but with technologically advanced and sustainable surfaces, modern appliances, and more efficient use of space.

This gallery of images shows the Interior Architectural Design, Interior Design and Kitchen and Bath remodel of home in La Jolla, CA. La Jolla is an upscale coastal region of San Diego known for its undulating hillsides, cool Mediterranean climate, and mixed architectural styles ranging from multi-million dollar ultra-modern homes to original turn of the century bungalows.

This picturesque Victorian home has elements of Tudor style architecture and from the moment you walk through the gate, the residence is overflowing with charm. A cobblestone path leads you to a two story central turret complete with its original arched Douglas Fir door, lion knocker and a quaint pointed slate roof. The turret, sitting at the intersection of the L-shaped footprint of the home, adds a unique curvilinear feature to the exterior and interior architecture. From the other side of the property, just blocks from the ocean, cool Pacific Ocean breezes flow through a colorful garden patio adjacent to the kitchen.

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Dining room - transitional dark wood floor dining room idea in San Diego with white walls —  Houzz
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kvrotsos added this to BanquetteDecember 2, 2019

With bead board and possible storage

Ryan Howe added this to Interior Architectural FeaturesSeptember 30, 2019

This cute dining room nestled in the corner of the home saves space and doesn't take away from the rest of the home

Vicki Stancavage added this to Vicki's ideasSeptember 1, 2019

Wainscoting backboard and deep L seating. Storage under the bench?

Amy Pearce added this to amywpearce's ideasJune 25, 2019

I don't like the beadboard and I don't love the shape of the paneling.

deboud9 added this to Chip’s CondoApril 8, 2018

Shiplap vs beadboard as back of banquette!

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