This home sited atop a spectacular location with 300º views to the San Francisco Bay. Long lost to its 1955 time warp, in dilapidation and wildly overgrown. It was brought up to speed with every manner of contemporary amenities inside and out. Julie Glavin Design and Pete Nestler Construction did an extensive architectural reworking of the layout; inside and out.
The interiors sylvan shades of taupes and greens from a single botanical-print fabric inspired a charming approach to this serene but sophisticated, modern hilltop-home. Not forgotten, are the organic materials, including hand cut stone, plaster walls, and cedar wood built-ins. Custom tables – a sleek, raw edge, plexiglass based redwood for larger dining groups, and the chunky intimate cedar kitchen piece – built by craftsman, Paul Lamb. All carefully chosen to capture the spirit of the home, giving it a rich settled ambiance and just right for this young energetic family.