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Midcentury modern house gets an inspiring makeover in Northern California

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David Henig, Architect in collaboration with Amy Friedberg Design is responsible for the renovation of a midcentury modern house located in the mountain community of Sky Londa, in San Mateo County, California. Atop the coastal range west of Woodside, the community’s official elevation is 1,520 feet above mean sea level. This scope of this project entails the remodel and addition to a mid-century property that was originally built in 1962 by John Gordon Replinger.

Above: The pair of black leather chairs are from West Elm. They are called the Midcentury Show Wood Leather chair. The doors and windows used on this project are from Fleetwood.

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Above: In the living room, the fireplace hearth is composed of a honed slab granite material.

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What We Love: This midcentury modern house features beautiful design details throughout its interior renovation. We are especially loving the large windows helping to flood the interiors with natural light while connecting the interiors with nature. From the gorgeous master bathroom to the beautiful dining room table, there are plenty of fantastic details that make this home warm and inviting.

Tell Us: What do you think of the overall renovation of this midcentury home? Are there any details in the design that you think the project team should have done differently? Please let us know your thoughts in the Comments below!

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Above: The live edge dining table is a piece of wood selected at Global Wood Source in Campbell, California. They have beautiful slabs to pick from.

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Above: The kitchen cabinets are from Leicht. The dark charcoal is a concrete finish.

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Above: The blue tiles on the bathroom wall were sourced from Heath Ceramic.

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Above: The fireplace in the corner of this master bedroom is from cocoon fireplaces. It was customized a bit for this project.

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Above: In the master bathroom, the custom vanity is by LSC Cabinetry in San Jose, California. It was made in solid walnut with a Danish oil finish. Above the vanity are Robern mirrored cabinets and sidelights. A concrete plaster was applied to these walls which makes them waterproof. A plaster artist was hired to finish the walls. 

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Above: The shower walls are Venetian plaster. Beautifully done by Rye Hudak from Level 5 Design. The shower floor is ipe.

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Above: In the guest bedroom, the accent wall color was a custom Benjamin Moore color that the homeowner selected.

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Photos: Konstrukt Photo

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