Industrial Feel Softened By Touches of Warmth
Robust black window frames and a cantilevered steel gutter with rain chain further the industrial feel, yet are softened by a cedar rainscreen around the entry area, a massive stone chimney, and wood soffit and decking. The trend continues on the inside of the home’s open floor plan, where wood flooring, massive glulam beams, and blue-gray cabinets meld expertly with a large industrial dining room pendant light and dramatic range hood. Floating upper shelves in the kitchen help keep an airy vibe, and copper appliance knobs and handles infuse a touch of rustic glam. In the master bath, rustic carved-stone vessel sinks and living edge wood floating counters combine with a sleek Japanese soaking tub and unobtrusive shower glass.
The detached garage and music studio boasts similar geometric forms and the same shed roof, but stands on its own with dark blue metal siding and eye-catching red entry door.
The outdoor living area extends the home’s small footprint, replete with the latest outdoor kitchen luxuries, including a grill, griddle, and stainless steel storage bin. Stone-look tile provides a stylish backsplash for the cooking space while breaking up a large expanse of red fiber cement siding.