This amazing Corona del Mar home is built with huge open areas where this family loves to cook, eat dinner and watch tv together. Not only that, but the architect, Eric Olson, captured the amazing view of the Pacific, and connected the living spaces to the incredible outdoor scenery.
In the dining area, vintage-inspired tulip chairs create a fun look with the rustic wood table and bench. An oil painting by Deborah M. Allen from 503 Found hangs above stained white-oak cabinets.
A concrete fireplace anchors the den, where the Jonathan Adler sofa, side chair and armchair elevate the style in this gathering area. The rug and coffee table are from 503 Found.
The living, dining and kitchen areas open up to the backyard terrace and the ocean beyond through amazing glass sliders. Organic touches help ground the contemporary style of this home.
The bright entry features fun chandeliers by Schoolhouse Electric that are hung from reclaimed-oak beams.
The views are AMAZING!!
Ross Savage, KRSDevelopment, Inc.
Chris Fenmore,Garden Studio Design
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