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Modest facade reveals sumptuous interiors in Corona del Mar

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This fabulous contemporary residence was designed by Laidlaw Schultz Architects, in collaboration with RDM General Contractors, located in Corona del Mar, California. This project was designed as a 3,000 square foot family home, where the homeowners have a deep appreciation for modern architecture and international style. They requested that their home cater to their lifestyle needs, a design that is unique, yet at the same time family-friendly. From the quiet street, one would have no idea that on the other side of the home is a coastal setting that is magnified from the interior of the home. The interiors feature luxurious style and sophistication, with designer furnishings and the finest of materials and finishes throughout.

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The fireplace wall features an eye-catching piece of modern art that conceals the television, with two smaller versions above, perfect for watching multiple games and other entertainment venues. Convenient access to a home bar is positioned on the opposite side of the living area, making entertainment a breeze. The double height of the living room adds grandeur to the space, while the second level offers an open hallway lined with glass railings to provide transparency.

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What We Love: Sumptuous interiors in varying shades of neutrals with pops of color displayed in the artwork, pillows and fabrics. Indoor-outdoor connections and open and spacious floor plan makes this the perfect home for entertaining. What are your thoughts on this home, is it a hit or miss?

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An internal courtyard outside features a firewall with cozy seating arrangements to enjoy the warmth after a dip in the glass-like swimming pool. An outdoor shower provides a great spot for a quick rinse off after a swim in the pool.

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A kitchen and lounge space walled with sliding glass panels adjacent to the swimming pool provides a convenient place to entertain family and guests while enjoying both the pool and views over the ocean.

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Photos: Courtesy of RDM General Contractors / Larry Falke Photography

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3 Comments on "Modest facade reveals sumptuous interiors in Corona del Mar"

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It’s not bad

John DeOliveira
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The pictures does not belong to the plan drawings.

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