Indoor-Outdoor Bungalow in Redondo Beach

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July 15, 2014
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  Seeking more space and a seamless transition to the outdoors, Steve and Colleen Nusinow of Redondo Beach, California, turned to Robert Sweet.

    Seeking more space and a seamless transition to the outdoors, Steve and Colleen Nusinow of Redondo Beach, California, turned to Robert Sweet.

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  Sweet’s renovation scheme included recreating the couple’s backyard as a natural extension of their living room.

    Sweet’s renovation scheme included recreating the couple’s backyard as a natural extension of their living room.

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  A 22-foot sliding-glass door by Fleetwood opens onto an ipe deck furnished with lounge chairs, a cocktail table, and stools from Room & Board’s Penelope line. The bar is made of concrete and Richlite, a wood-fiber composite used in skateboard ramps.

    A 22-foot sliding-glass door by Fleetwood opens onto an ipe deck furnished with lounge chairs, a cocktail table, and stools from Room & Board’s Penelope line. The bar is made of concrete and Richlite, a wood-fiber composite used in skateboard ramps.

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  “When I come home, this is like a sanctuary. I open up the doors and sit outside and read, or work around the house,” says resident Colleen Nusinow.

    “When I come home, this is like a sanctuary. I open up the doors and sit outside and read, or work around the house,” says resident Colleen Nusinow.

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  A cantilevered ipe bench hugs a custom board-formed concrete fire pit.

    A cantilevered ipe bench hugs a custom board-formed concrete fire pit.

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  Sweet carved out a patio over the garage, which the Nusinows have furnished with a cocktail table, a love seat, and a sofa from Room & Board’s Montego line.

    Sweet carved out a patio over the garage, which the Nusinows have furnished with a cocktail table, a love seat, and a sofa from Room & Board’s Montego line.

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