To reimagine a dated, 1970s cattle ranch in Pleasanton, The Golden State, Location Eichler partnered with Eyerly Style to bring this split-level home right into today’s times. While the young family members valued the 70s personality of the house, they preferred a fresh spin with included performance seen in today’s builds. The upgraded house currently includes modern-day information, mid-century home furnishings, and also a myriad of lovely floor tile from Fireclay Floor tile.
A glass wall surface opens up out from a multi-purpose space offering sights of Mount Diablo. The space’s various other prime focus is a double-sided fire place that was upgraded with upright timber slats and also floor tile in a big, round pattern.
The kitchen area is refurbished with light timber cupboards and also a mosaic wall surface made with hexagonal floor tiles that enhance heaven array.
The major living-room includes a tilted timber ceiling and also the opposite of the double-sided fire place. Outfitted in matte black floor tile, the fire place has a minimal visual that is completely compared with the white wall surfaces and also beam of lights.
In the cellar, which the initial designer called “Racket Area,” a brand-new kitchen space and also bar exists to amuse visitors.
Pictures by John Shum.