Whitehall Interiors was brought on the team to help redesign this 1927 Mission Style estate home that was in need of a renovation in order to suite the new owner’s family. Sitting on three acres, the existing house and four outbuildings had been empty for over four years prior to its purchase in 2013.
In effort to maintain the house’s original aesthetic, much attention was given to the original details and material palette. Whitehall orchestrated a plan to restore the design details to their original style, as well as renovate the property.
The renovations and additions to the property are to take place in 3 stages as to allow the house to be livable after completion of the first phase. Phase 1 gut renovated the existing bedrooms, bathrooms, and living spaces, while incorporating green materials and high-efficiency mechanical systems whenever possible. The second phase will add a new kitchen, dining space, and storage spaces on the main floor, and remodel guest bedrooms above. The third stage will consist of remodeling the existing 1940’s pool and replace the existing pool cabana with a post and beam barn. The remaining outbuildings will be updated in the last phase as well.
Phase 1 materials and resources included Carrara and Bardiglio marble; Lefroy Brooks, Waterworks and Kohler fixtures; Nemo Tile & Stone tile; living spaces were updated with Benjamin Moore paint.
We collaborate with our affiliated architecture firm, Hill West to create holistic buildings that are as thoughtfully designed on the exterior as they are on the interior.