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Inviting beach house boasts indoor-outdoor living in Newport Beach

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This inviting beach house designed by Brandon Architects in collaboration with Patterson Customs Homes is located on Lido Isle, a man-made island in the harbor of Newport Beach, California. This custom designed 3,245 square foot home embraces the strata lifestyle by opening up to the pedestrian way. Traditional materials including white-washed brick, steel doors and windows, and wood paneling are expressed with contemporary detailing to bring the exterior into the interior of this dwelling.

Project Team: Architect: Brandon Architects | Builder: Patterson Custom Homes | Interior Designer: Brooke Wagner Design | Landscape: Dave Pedersen

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The exterior of this home showcases steel windows and doors, lime washed brick and copper gutters, creating some fabulous curb appeal. 

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Steel french doors along the back patio enables cool ocean breezes to flow all the way into the kitchen.

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On the exterior facade, the bronze exterior lanterns were sourced from Linden Rose & Co. These fixtures provide the perfect weight to balance out the windows and doors manufactured by Euroline Steel Windows. There is a matching pendant light in the dining room by the same manufacturer, which helps to tie the indoor and outdoor spaces together to create one cohesive design.

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The low profile frames on the Euroline steel windows and doors are unique and beautiful, offering a clean simplicity to the home’s design and enhancing the natural light brought into the living space.

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What We Love: This inviting beach house features steel windows and doors throughout, creating a timeless aesthetic. The heavy use of glazing has eliminated walls to create interior rooms that can be completely opened and closed to facilitate the indoor/outdoor lifestyle that makes this region so desirable.

Tell Us: Would you feel right at home in this beach abode? What details most appealed to you and what details would you do differently if this was your home? Please share your feedback in the Comments?

Note: Have a look at the most popular home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the portfolio of the architects of this project, Brandon Architects: Stunning modern coastal home with inspiring details in Corona del Mar and An inviting Corona Del Mar beach house with fabulous curb appeal.

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From the tongue & groove with crown molding at the ceiling to the rift sawn white oak cabinetry and matching floating shelves, no detail in this dining space has been overlooked!

RESOURCES: Pendant: Linden Rose & Co.- Custom Rectangular Pendant (14″H x 36″W x 15″D) Wood Floor: 7″ light rustic white oak with a custom stain applied after installation. Paint: Walls- Dunn Edwards-Shady (DEC774)

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The isokern fireplace brings an element of warmth, making this living room feel nice and cozy. The fireplace is finished with 1″ x 9″ light grey firebrick hand laid on site in a herringbone pattern with a set of white birch vented logs. The surround is made up of Pacific White Granite and a custom mantel.

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Open concept living space with tongue & groove ceilings and crown molding detail throughout. Island Pendants: Linden Rose & Co.- Easterly Large Pendant in Polished Nickel

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Steel door pocket sliders disappear into the wall to expose an enclosed courtyard just off the great room, creating an incredible indoor/outdoor living space. When the doors are concealed inside the wall, it helps to creating a feeling of spaciousness.

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An inviting courtyard off the main living spaces includes a fire pit, offering the perfect escape for a glass of wine at the end of a long day.

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KITCHEN SOURCES: Island Slab: Pacific White Granite with an honed finish and mitered edge Perimeter Countertop: Hard Rock Granite with an honed finish and mitered edge Faucet: Blanco- Meridian Appliances: Miele Knobs: Top Knobs- Bergen Knob Pulls: Top Knobs- Square Bar Pull- Noveau Collection III

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LAUNDRY ROOM SOURCES: Countertop: Uliana Grey Quartz Floor Tile: Thassos Studs Mosaic

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This secondary shower brings quite the design impact with its back wall featuring Italian-made Piastrell Grigio set in a herringbone pattern, floor tiled with 2″ marble hexagon pieces, and floating shower seat covered in an honed pacific white marble slab.

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The master bedroom is the perfect sanctuary to retreat for relaxation with its vaulted ceiling, steel doors leading to the balcony, and majestic echelon fireplace controlled by the home’s Constrol4 system.

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In the master bedroom, the steel doors and windows that lead out to a private balcony are manufactured by Euroline.

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BEDROOM SOURCES: Sconces: Linden Rose & Co- Oxford Sconce Faucets: Kohler- Purist Wall Mounted Mirrors: Custom made by our local finish carpenter

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Steel doors windows, lime washed brick, copper gutters, white siding, and custom fabricated mahogany garage doors make up the exterior of this inviting beach house.

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Photos: Jeri Koegel Photography

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Red Dot
27 days ago

Love the house, but the Craftsman style furniture just doesn’t go with it.

Joanna
27 days ago
Reply to  Red Dot

That’s what I thought. There is so much I love about this home, especially the steel doors and the baths. If you could afford the house, you can afford a decorator.