Cliff-Side Mountain Home Exterior and Interior Alterations

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The clients purchased this 1983 home for its endless views both during the day and at night. Willing to compromise what the house offered on the interior compared to their current home, they initially assumed they would at least only replace the bathroom fixtures. Reviewing the layout of the bedroom wing floor plan with them, we suggested the removal of, and reconfiguration of some interior walls in order to provide his and her closets and a better use of the bedroom wing spaces. We also carried the design through to the selection of all plumbing fixtures, tile, granite, lighting fixtures, interior door and trim, and colors.

The exterior of the home was clad with vertical grooved cedar siding which had not been well maintained and which the client wanted to replace with low maintenance material. To update the home’s appearance and curb appeal, we designed a new façade using low maintenance composite siding materials combing a deep grooved channel board to introduce and accentuate horizontal lines. To break up the massing of the houses awkward dated look, we also combined a low maintenance composite panel system with metal vertical and horizontal reveals to create visual interest. Stone veneer was also introduced as accents around the house. All colors were selected by our firm.

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