This mid-century modern home built in the 1960s was completely renovated by Jackson Design & Remodeling, located in San Diego, California. Designed for a family who is passionate about mid-century architecture, a complete transformation of this property respects its mid-century roots. Modernizing the exterior and interior of the home allows the family to live in current trends while still retaining it’s mid-century styling.
Nestled on a hilltop, the exterior property offers panoramic views of both Mission Bay and the heavenly blue waters of the Pacific Ocean. The interiors are characterized by an open and airy footprint, wood plank flooring, white painted walls, expansive windows, skylights and white-painted wood ceilings. A neutral color scheme keeps this home feeling serene and inviting for both the homes inhabitants and guests alike.
Upon entrance into the home, you are welcomed by a great room that allows views all the way through to the backyard and beyond to the ocean. Soaring ceilings keeps this home feeling spacious. The architects blurred the boundaries between indoors and out, drawing natural light and nature inside. Keeping the interiors more simplified helps to not compete with the jaw-dropping ocean vistas that can be seen through the expansive fenestration.
What We Love: This striking mid-century modern remodel offers plenty of visual eye-candy, from the soothing color palette to the mesmerizing ocean views. We are in awe of this renovation project, it is very livable and has a wonderful indoor-outdoor connection. What do you think, are you loving this mid-century renovation? Please share with us your thoughts in the comments below.
Above: A pairing of paintings above a wooden bench creates visual balance to this front entryway.
Above: The dining table is illuminated by an assortment of Tom Dixon Beat pendant lights in Tall, Stout and Wide. Notice how there is an uneven number? Designers like to use odd numbers instead of even numbers. The reasoning behind this? Although even numbers create visual symmetry, odd numbers makes for visual interest. They force your gaze to be more focused to this grouping. It is important that you at least start with three or more for this to be effective.
Above: “Bold scale and compelling rustic elements define the kitchen in an airy expanse”, states Jackson Design. “The design maximizes and frames the view from every vantage point.” A large center island offers plenty of space to cook and entertain. A beautiful backsplash compliments the color scheme of the cabinetry and countertops.
Photos: Courtesy of Jackson Design & Remodeling
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