If there’s a classic style that really never gets old, it’s got to be Mid-Century Modernism. With suburbia being one of the birthplaces of the design, this particular space in the Berkeley Hills has seen an overhaul and a facelift that really breathes new life into the clean bones of this post-war style home.
YamaMar Design helmed the project, with bright whites and pops of bold color really take over to showcase the aesthetic of the interior. Stark contrasts between the floors and walls provide an anchor for the stone facade fireplace, great linear furnishings and accessories– and the warm woods really create an inviting environment out on the deck. Though the home is pretty rectilinear in form, some softness brought in through rugs and other accessories really warm it all up.
Photos: Bruce Damonte