This house was designed by Fred Langhorst, an apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright. By carefully preserving the home's mid-century design and considering the modern day needs of a family of five, the newly created space is both functional and stylistically appropriate for the period. To honor this 1953 home, Cocoon Home balanced the warmth of the redwood paneling that runs through the house with a cool bluish green color palette. Texture via wall treatments and hardware tied in the organic materials used in the original construction, brass accents, modern and classic furnishings add elegance and timelessness to the renovated kitchen and dining area.
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