Located in a secluded property in the Berkeley Hills, this 1965 home blends a clean and minimal look with pops of colours and gorgeous pieces of art.
Architect David Yama of Yamamar Design teamed with interior designer Alison Damonte to give this mid-century modern home a new fresh look. The owners were looking to remodel the house with a minimal look that put art and photography at the center of the stage.
The 3-story house had conquered its owners’ hearts with its breathtaking views. The living room features an unusually beautiful original cast concrete fireplace, constructed in Mexico in the 60’s. A couple of lemon yellow velvet chairs and geometric pieces create a bold and eye-catchy ambience, and wooden beams add coziness.
The kitchen, originally small and dark, was turned into a big open space. Geometric tiles and glossy white casework are combined with vibrant and colorful seating. The dining space features mid-century modern colorful furniture, a wooden dining table and some artworks, I love the traditional for such interiors sunburst chandelier.
The master bedroom features a watercolor wallpaper and was decorated in soft shades of blue and grey. There some artworks and a comfy bench by the window, and you can see a sleek dark fireplace, which is currently not in use but adds to the space.
The bathroom is a neutral one, subway and hex tiles of calm shades, a shower and a tile clad bathtub. It looks very welcoming and soft.
This home is a beautiful example of mid-century modern style, with colroful touches, and bright, open, welcoming spaces, get inspired and steal some ideas for your own home!