A small, 1920s house with ocean views is transformed into an airy, modern abode. Here, how the interior designer and architect achieved stunning success.
Photo: John Ellis; Styling: Laura Hull
The open floor plan is key to making the once-cramped cottage feel spacious and bright. A small step between the kitchen and dining room and the living room provides the visual break that delineates the entertaining areas from those designated for relaxation. “It flows very nicely,” says Samuel. “There’s a space for everything.”
Get the look: The tables are from Glabman’s Furniture. The chairs are from Lee Industries.