Use a classic modern material like Douglas fir to carry a consistent material thread from an existing structure to a newer addition. “We picked up on the Douglas fir casework and the travertine,” says the architect of this renovated beachfront abode near San Francisco. A two-and-a-half-foot-deep storage area, made from Douglas fir, runs the length of the far wall in each of the three rooms. Photo by Robert Schlatter.
This originally appeared in Highway Hideaway