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Fresh coastal style home with indoor-outdoor interplay in Corona Del Mar

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Brandon Architects in collaboration with Patterson Custom Homes has created this fresh coastal style home, located in Corona Del Mar, California. Set on a narrow lot, the project team maximized space by designing an open floor plan, nook dining room seating, and sliding glass doors that connect the main room to the outdoor patio to create a highly-efficient and comfortable living space.

The traditional white overhang on the second floor and light brick coloring match the beachy context of the community around it, while bolder interior design accents provide a modern flare. On the second level, the master bedroom and bath face the street, using large windows and sliding glass doors for ample natural ventilation and light, while the depth of the outdoor deck provides privacy for the homeowner within.

Project Team: Architect: Brandon Architects | Builder: Patterson Custom Homes | Interior Design: Brooke Wagner Design

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The interiors of this 3,348 square foot home reflects transitional design with a fresh take on coastal style, utilizing a neutral color palette, natural fibers, and organic elements throughout. Taking full advantage of indoor/outdoor living with a large open patio off the great room and a sun-soaked roof deck with covered cabana offering spanning views of the surrounding neighborhood.

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Additional highlights of this three-bedroom, three-bathroom home includes a gourmet chef’s kitchen with a large island, massive ceiling heights with skylights allowing for plenty of natural light, a cozy fireplace in the living room, spacious dining room for entertaining guests, a laundry room and a one-car garage with attached carport for secondary parking.

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Above: A golden, pinstriped foyer hints at the striking interior design found throughout the home.

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What We Love: This fresh coastal style home offers a fabulous indoor-outdoor living experience that enjoys the year-round idyllic climate. A soothing color palette promotes relaxation, while layers of texture and stylish furnishings create a warm and inviting atmosphere. We are especially loving the calming master bedroom retreat with its own balcony and welcoming swing to enjoy evening sunsets or morning coffee.

Tell Us: What details do you find most appealing about this home design and why in the Comments below!

Note: Be sure to have a look below for the “Related” tags for more inspiring home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the portfolio of the architects of this home, Brandon Architects.

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Above: Under-stair closers and bench seating at the dining table allow the home to maximize each square foot for use.

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Photos: Chad Mellon Photography

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1 month ago

there have been several “coastal style” houses from this area that have been featured in this blog that all look pretty much the same (not exactly identical, but the same basic design with variations in the detailing). i haven’t gone back to check the previous posts, but maybe these houses have all been from the same neighborhood.