Cornuelle, who’s from Hawaii, chose both older and contemporary Hawaiian art for the walls.
A cut-out, triangular shelf underneath the staircase allows Cornuelle to display art and books.
Marble countertops run over the wood cabinetry.
Local furniture maker Nick Tretiak created a custom kitchen table and bench, over which hangs a Noguchi paper lantern. The team wanted to keep the cabinetry as light as possible, designing white oak cabinets that read more as furniture.
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A more formal dining area is located near the living room. Sliding glass doors provide direct access to the backyard pool.
Steps away from the kitchen is a spacious eating area.
Floor-to-ceiling windows and large skylights invite ample natural light inside the home.
The crisp white color palette and expansive windows brighten the interior, while original detailing—such as the globe light fixtures—brings the home's midcentury past to life.
Upon entering the front door, guests and residents are welcomed inside via the sunny atrium—a signature feature in Eichler homes. Lush greenery fills the space, creating an instant connection with nature.
An asymmetrical roof lends character and a contemporary note to the red-painted tiny house.
A couple’s 269-square-foot getaway features a crimson exterior and an unfinished pine plywood interior.
Lookofsky painted the exterior of the house a bright red tone that pays tribute to the other red, more traditional, houses in the area.
A glass wall separates the toilet area and offsets an unfinished pine plywood wall in the bathroom.
Strategically placed windows and doors open the red-painted pine plywood house to the outdoors and frame views of the landscape.
Frama 90 Degree Wall Lamp
Designed by Frama, the lamp is made of a simple sheet of metal, folded at a 90-degree angle.