Hayward Park Residence II

A reclaimed wood cabinet does double-duty as both a mail/key drop off area and bar in the entry space.

A custom Moroccan pendant hangs in the entry space and casts gorgeous shadows on the ceiling and surrounding walls.

A 36 x 36″ image of abalone was printed onto sheet metal and floated off the grass-cloth covered entry wall. It is the first thing you see when you open the front door.

The step-up entry sitting area includes the first of two window seats, and is fitted with a custom velvet window cushion.

 

The organic hemp pouf acts as an ottoman or extra seating for the kids when necessary. The striped carpet is made of Flor carpet tiles and can be changed up on a whim. Perfect for kid-friendly family spaces.

The children use the low coffee table and floor cushions as a place to get creative.

The second extra long window seat cushion is custom made of chenille velvet.

Vintage crates provide both storage for art supplies and display space for meaningful items.

The large kitchen island is topped with a gorgeous slab of reclaimed wood.

The eat-in kitchen includes a larger-style dining table flanked by antique Korean scrolls that are family heirlooms. Ziggy wanted to be in the photo so he got to stay.

The small-scale subway tiles laid-out in a Chevron pattern compliment the modern polished cement kitchen counters.

The large sectional provides a comfortable place for the family to watch movies together. The over-size jointed steel floor lamp provides unexpectedly soft lighting.

The industrial-style media center keeps the space interesting.

Details make every house a home.

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About Melisa

Interior and garden designer, owner of Apartment 46 design studio, mother, friend, adventurer and explorer.
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2 Responses to Hayward Park Residence II

  1. Melissa W. says:

    I love this house! Well done. I just discovered your site and I may stop by the shop sometime soon. I’d love to talk to you about finding a similar cabinet I could use as a liquor cabinet/bar. A friend of mine has some old wooden lockers that I joke I’m going to steal every time I see but I’d love to have some help on finding my own solution.

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