This 1920's Georgian-style home in Hillsborough was stripped down to the frame and remodeled. It features beautiful cabinetry and millwork throughout. A marriage of antiques, art and custom furniture pieces were selected to create a harmonious home.
Bi fold nana doors open up the Guest House for an open floor plan. Coffered ceilings to compliment the traditional main house. Soapstone countertops with custom painted flush inset cabinets. Waterworks plumbing. Dessin Fournir interior wall sconces and Paul Ferrante exterior sconces. Limestone flooring.
Living room, Marvin ultimate bi fold doors, custom glass windows, medium wood flooring, gray walls with white trim, gray sofa, stone fireplace surround, eat in kitchen, wood ceiling, built in cabinets and home bar.
Photo Credit: Holger Obenaus
Description: Built as a refuge for a busy California couple, this creek-side cottage was constructed on land populated with ancient live oaks; sited to preserve the oaks and accentuate the creek-side vistas. The owners wanted their Kiawah home to be less formal than their primary residence, ensuring that it would accommodate 3 – 4 vacationing couples. Volumes, room shapes and arrangements provide classical symmetries, while careful detailing with variations in colors, finishes and furnishings provide soothing spaces for relaxation.
This "adults only" seating area occupies the space of the previous sunroom and provides the clients with the perfect area to entertain, have after dinner drinks by the fire, or simply relax while their kids play nearby. Nearly floor-to-ceiling windows take advantage of the 7 acre lot and its spectacular views.
Scott Bergmann Photography