A seemingly unremarkable 1960’s ranch house in a quiet neighborhood hid some unique details that were worth preserving and amplifying in this renovation: redwood siding, aluminum windows, soapstone floors, and wormy chestnut cabinetry and paneling. The owners, an art glass curator and a professional gardener, wanted a modern interior that expanded the aesthetic of the unique finishes, connected to the landscape being developed by the gardener, and solved existing moisture and energy efficiency issues.

Contractor: GME Builders (formerly Edenali)
Cabinetmaker: Vaneri Studio