See this update of a centuries-old house in Northern California

This centuries-old house was completely reimagined by Polsky Perlstein Architects alongside BK Interior Design, tucked away in a quiet corner of Ross, a small town in Marin County, California.

They redefined the confined floor plan by introducing large openings in the kitchen and living spaces to blur the boundaries between indoor and outdoor living.

They were tasked to reimagine the home’s interior in a fun and whimsical way. The homeowner’s innate sense of style and wanderlust encouraged the team to infuse a bit of the English countryside in a playful manner.

Step inside this inviting home to be greeted by bold dark trim, moldings, and chevron-patterned reclaimed oak flooring. This color scheme helped set the tone for the rest of the interiors of this dwelling.

The family room was designed to be comfortable with a touch of playfulness, perfect for a family with teenagers. Large openings in this home connect the patio and pool area.

In the heart of the home is this open-layout kitchen and dining area. This spacious room opens out to the swimming pool and pergola-covered terrace to provide a fabulous  indoor-outdoor lifestyle.

The project team redefined this kitchen area, which had previously been cramped and dated. Combining the kitchen and dining areas helped create a harmonious connection for large family gatherings.

This welcoming space features a band room, games room, and bathrooms for guests.

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